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Sound problem how will i know that the audio shows? i mean whats the icon. cant figure it out cause i cant understand the language..

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Are you using windowx 98/xp/vista??
when you say you can understand the language, is that everything on your pc? this can be changed.

let me know

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Volume icon missing


Which operating system ??

In Windows and on a Mac, you can use an icon shaped like an audio speaker to adjust the computer's volume or mute the sound output completely.

Whichever operating system you are running, it is possible to remove the volume icon from the screen.

If you have removed the volume icon accidentally, you may not have a convenient way to adjust your computer's sound volume.

Restore the sound icon to resume using it to adjust the volume or mute your computer's sound output.

Click the "System Preferences" icon on the dock.
If you have removed this icon from the dock, click the Apple icon at the top of the screen, then click "System Preferences."


Click the "Sound" icon in the "System Preferences" window.

Place a check in the box at the bottom of the window labeled "Show volume in menu bar."
The sound icon appears at the top of the screen.
Close the window to resume using your computer.
Restoring the sound icon in Windows 7

Click the Windows Orb (Start button), then click "Control Panel."
Click "Taskbar and Start Menu."
If you do not see this icon, click the "View by:" drop-down menu at the top of the window and select "Small icons."
Click the "Taskbar" tab, then click the "Customize" button.
Click the drop-down menu next to "Volume" and select "Show icon and notifications."
Click "OK" twice and close the Control Panel.
Restoring the sound icon in Windows Vista

Click the Windows Orb (Start button), then click "Control Panel."
Double-click "Taskbar and Start Menu."
If you do not see this icon, click the "Classic View" link.
Select the "Notification Area" tab. Place a check in the box labeled "Volume."
Click "OK" and close the Control Panel.
Restoring the sound icon in Windows XP

Click the "Start" button, then click "Control Panel."
Double-click the "Sounds and Audio Devices" icon, or click "Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices," then click "Sounds and Audio Devices."
Place a check in the box labeled "Place volume icon in the taskbar."
Click "OK" and close the Control Panel.
Restoring the sound icon in Windows 2000

Click the "Start" button, then click "Settings" and "Control Panel."
Double-click "Sounds and Multimedia."
Place a check in the box labeled "Show volume control on the taskbar."
Click "OK" and close the Control Panel.
Restoring the sound icon in Windows Millennium Edition (ME)

Click the "Start" button, then click "Settings" and "Control Panel."
Double-click "Sounds and Multimedia."
If you do not see this icon, click the "View All Control Panel Options" link.
Place a check in the box labeled "Show volume control on the taskbar."
Click "OK" and close the Control Panel.
Restoring the sound icon in Windows 98

Click the "Start" button, then click "Settings" and "Control Panel."
Double-click "Multimedia."
Click the "Audio" tab.
Place a check in the box labeled "Show volume control on the taskbar."
Click "OK" and close the Control Panel.

Dec 04, 2013 | Operating Systems

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My audio is gone i get a red x at my sound icon. at my pnp audio-devices has a yellow triangle in front. it wont detect my headset. the code is 10 cant start this device. and problemcode is 0000000A i...


This means you have a bad driver installed. Uninstall all sound drivers from your device manager and re-install the latest driver from your Computer or Sound card manufacturer's website.


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Jun 04, 2011 | Operating Systems

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I reformated my pc and when it was done i downloaded the usual applicatons i was going to watch a movie which i watched before and i couldn't hear a sound what do i do.............?,,,,,,,where can i...


Do you know what type of your motherboard..if you know, then you can googling(google) your driver..if you dont know, then you can try update using device manager.

I'm very sure when you view device manager, your adapater will have problem with driver..

Picture show device manager that have problem
(actually, i think your device manager also like this)
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You see question mark icon (?) here with yellow?

that mean driver wasn't compatible with that device or it still don't have driver for that.

Solution?
Right click at that icon, properties
then,window will pop up
find driver tab
and update..
it will need more time and internet connection

2nd solution:
you see the name for your device right?
write their name and number full/complete..
and google .find driver..

May 14, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional...

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No sound


I don't know what operating system you're running or what type of motherboard, but I'll do my best to help. Assuming you've checked your speaker connections and they are ok, the next thing you'll need to do is go into the device manager to check the status of the audio/game controllers (that would be your sound card or, if integrated audio, the chipset used). Click on start-control panel - system - hardware- device manager, then scroll down to audio, game controllers, click on the plus sign in front of sound, video, game controllers and see if there are any yellow triangles with an exclamation point (!). If you see anything like that, it means the audio drivers were never installed, and you'll have to either reinstall the drivers from the disk that came with the motherboard or sound card, or you'll have to download from the manufacturer's website. Next, check in the lower right hand corner of your screen (called the system tray). If there is a speaker icon, click on it and check and see if mute is selected. If you don't see any speaker icon, again, download or install the drivers.

Jan 24, 2011 | Operating Systems

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No sound


Possible causes.
1. No sound ->means no Audio/Sound Drivers or incorrect drivers installed for your Audio devices ie.(no sound icon on your taskbar?)
2. No sound -> Sound card devices or speakers could be defective.

No mention of Operating Systems ie Windows versions , Linux, Dos...etc... or information of Mainboard brand, name, model -> means difficulties in helping to solve your problems!!!!!

Hope it helps.

Nov 05, 2010 | Acer Operating Systems

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Missing multimedia audio controller


what do mean of missing multimedia audio controller? the one that speaker icon on the lower right of the monitor or driver for the multimedia? Go to control panel then sounds and audio devices then on the volume check the Place volume icon on the task bar... hope this will help

Nov 03, 2010 | Operating Systems

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Can not show volume icon on my pc


XP view
Control Panel
->sound,speech, and Audio Devices
->Sound and Audio Devices
->sound And Audio Properties
->check "Place volume icon in the taskbar" box

Classic View
Control Panel -> Sound and Audio Devices->sound And Audio Properties->check "Place volume icon in the taskbar" box

Hope it helps.

Aug 14, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2

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Speakers not working


It may be cause of some problems, at first you should find that what's the source of this problem,so I suggest you some ways:
1. Plug in other speakers to your pc, if it works so the source of problem comes from your speakers and you should fix it, and if it doesn't work, too, it means that your PC and your Sound Card has a problem.
2. If source of problem comes from your PC, be sure that you installed your sound card driver.
3. After you installing sound driver,maybe the problem will terminate! if not, I suggest you reinstall your OS.
Note: You could find your sound card driver by a simple search through Google or Yahoo and find your driver.
Good luck 

Jan 31, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Sound problem


8d63985.jpg if audio shows ? mark that sound driver nor install

Aug 09, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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