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Audio Sound indicating that is working properly but it isn't.

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Check your input cables for open circuit line or bad connector(jacks)
fault of these above can give you false indication that audio signal is present,

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

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I don't have sound on my computer yet i have installed sound drivers and they are working well?


check in your control panel and go to systems.
Then go to hardware and under that go to Device Manager
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conflicts and such.
If there are none then go to Sound Controls in Audio Devices and make sure the audio isn't muted in the windows program
Use this to do an audio test of your speakers.
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Check to make sure all inputs don't get audio. Without a Model number, I can't help you much more than saying to replace the RCA cables on which ever device you're using that isn't giving you sound, and making sure the sound is set properly on your cable box, I.E. if you're using HDMI for your sound input. Also, check the sound setting on the T.V. to see if the sound is still on. Try tapping your T.V. to see if it will make the sound come back if all else fails. If it comes back, then you have bad soldering connections in the T.V.

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No sound


Your operating system could be missing the audio drivers.
Try going to the manufacturer website of your desktop, find your model of desktop, select your operating system (i.e, Windows XP/Vista,7), and download the audio driver.
Install the drivers and reboot the desktop. Also, make sure you go into your control panel and check that your sound isn't muted or that you have the proper output selected.

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My computer audio is gone so what i shuld do?


First check your output device......... speakers/headphones on another system.
Next check if the proper sound drivers are loaded. If its integrated audio (from the motherboard) and device manager indicates proper drivers are loaded for this hardware, then nothing can be done. If you want audio output add a sound card on a PCI slot to get sound from your PC

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I have no sound in my head set, but on the speaker.


Hello, To check Audio
  • Go to TOOLS
  • Go to OPTIONS
  • Click on AUDIO SETTINGS.
  • There you will See Microphone Volume and in right Side Sound Card's name (eg:Realtek HD Audio Input).
  • Try to Speak then you will see Indication Signal(Green) according to your Voice near to it
  • There will also See Speakers Vilume and in right Side Sound Card's name (eg:Realtek HD Audio Output)
  • There you will See the indication Signal of Hearing the Sound from Other Side
  • If Signals are OK.You are Configured Sound
Still have Problem to hear Sound you may need to Check your Hardware Working Properly/it might be damaged it...Thanks for Contacting FixYa

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Hello i like to install speaker sound drivers ...


Speakers do not need any drivers!! Your sound card need drivers.

If your sound card is PCI, remove it and reinsert it to the PCI slot again and see whether your system detect the device and use the sound CD to install the drivers. (Change PCI slots if necessary and turn off the PC before changes the PCI sound card).

If your audio device is intergrated device, check the Bios to make sure the sound/audio is enable.

Note: Check the device manager first to see any audio device had been install properly.

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Speakers will not work


go to control panel, device drivers and check audio devices and see if you are showing any problems there you may want to download or redownload the drivers for you sound card even if there are no errors because it may have missed a file during the install

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