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check the connectiion cable and tv setting faults, if their is non then know your audio jack pin port is faulty. in case of the jack pin port fault you need to acquire pci audio card that you insert at the extesion slots or a usb audio card.
If your computer attacked by viruses and didn't work at all, you need
to reformat your computer, after you've already done in formatting you
need to install all their driver. so that sound and display well ok.
is it an integrated audio device or a sound card? i own a thinkcentre and i had the same problem, but just going into the device manager and right clicking on the problem device and updating the driver solved it for me, but i also added a soundblaster audigy ls sound card and both work fine now, however i have the same problem on my other pc, a dell, and i cant solve that one. another reason on my list of many to not buy a dell.
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First you need to obtain the service tag off of your dell desktop, it is usually a sticker on the back of the unit and it should be a seven digit number. Also if you have it installed, you can also pull up Dell Accessories, which you can access by going to Start --> All Programs --> Dell Accessories. Once you get the service tag, go to this site --> http://support.dell.com/support/index.aspx?~ck=pn. Click on Drivers & Downloads, put in your service tag number. Once you have done so then you will see the model of your dell and a whole list of drivers that came bundled with that particular model, you should find the necessary VGA and sound drivers there. Hope that this helps.....
you can not get back your drivers from windows if you are using a high computer system, i suggest you contact your hardware vendor for the latest driver. but if your computer is low you can repost your problem
Hiya Andybeh, type acer in to your search bar and go to main site.... Either go to support & Downloads.. type in your make and model.. download the sound card drivers for that machine ... or alternatively where you should go to.
Have you tried clicking in to device manager.. will be under something like sounds /audio etc.. click on properties.. advanced.. update driver through windows!
Alternatively on reformat.. your recovery disc should have contained the basic restore drivers.... if it doesnt and you do get the drivers .. would suggest you doing a complete recovery disc copy, once you have all you need!