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My computer says no audio device and its connected

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Reinstall the drivers and restart the PC.
Check for driver updates on manufacturers site.

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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Of your computer, portable device? What exactly? If it's your computer...and assuming it's a desktop with external speakers, i would first be sure to check all the power and audio connections between the speakers and the computer. secondly, or if it's a laptop, i would check my drivers and sound manager settings to ensure i had the proper 'audio device' selected. if all of the above are true, then maybe I would cehck the hardware, but not until after I double checked the above for cost management reasons. Hope this helps

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Turned stereo on and turned volume all the way up and could just verly hear it comeing out of the speakers


assuming same issue does not happen if you connect a headphone to your receiver - can you check your speakers' connections - it should be straight not crossed for each and in case speakers are properly connected to your receiver - can you test the audio/sound with internal test audio rather than connected device (ie player) - if this is ok and there is no sound/audio volume settings on connected device - change the input the device connected and test again.

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Start>Control Panel>(Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices>)Sounds and Multimedia (or Audio Devices)

In here go to Audio (tab at the top). On the sound playback device select, "Volume." Move the main audio playback slider up to increase the volume.

If for some reason there are no audio devices listed in the Sound control panel (unlikely), there is a possibility that your audio ports have been disabled (again, unlikely).

Go to your device manager by right-click My Computer (Either located in your start menu or on your desktop) and go to Properties. Now select, "Hardware." In here click the button, "Device Manager."

The device manager should appear. Look at, "Sound, video, and game controllers." If anything in this category is listed as disabled try enabling it, then exit the device manager.

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here is the user manual
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Before I start makeing connetion suggestions can you tell me what devices are currently connected to it?

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not all cards are the same quality some are standard stereo and some are full theatre quality(dolby,THX etc)
so its wise to find a solution for your needs as many aspects of newer cards may never be needed

maybe you have a sound card in your system and have not yet installed drivers if you right click on my computer(on desktop) and use the properties in the menu,you will see a new box ,goto the HARDWARE tab and then the DEVICE MANAGER tab
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if u see any mention of an audio device right clickit and select UPDATE DRIVER

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As you boot your PC there's a way to get to Cmos or Bios Setup screens. Sometimes you tap the Del key, sometimes it's one of the F keys. So get into Setup and make sure that the Audio System is turned on. Also if you got a disc for *********** board, there may be Audio drivers on it.

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