20 Most Recent HP (ZD929AA) Computer Speakers Questions & Answers


Hi Dale,
It would be best to invest any new speakers. Getting these old ones to work will surely turn out to be more expensive. Generally with the old speakers , the cable that connects to the computer gets frayed ,if that is the case you can cut the frayed end a re-solder the jack.

Link of speakers


Thanks for using fixya
Proton

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Mar 15, 2012


all you have to do is put a s after the http and it goes to it eventually your school admins could possibly block that way but thats one way to get on youtube from your school network hopes this helps

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Feb 11, 2012


Hi sony_negron,, do a "System Restore."
Click on the "Start Button," paul7of9_50.jpg from the Desktop.

Next, click on "All Programs," scroll to find "Accessories."

paul7of9_119.jpg "Open the "System Tools." "

Choose, System Restore."

A 'scan will start to look for, "Last known time of a change in the Computer.

paul7of9_52.jpg ie: "Deleted Program."

Important!: The System restore can take a 1/2 an hour to run!

Warning: Do not 'touch' the [Keyboard] for any reason."
Let the (Restore) run it's configurations.

Choose the Date closest to the time of the 'occurrence'.

paul7of9_120.jpg Now, click on the [Next Button].
paul7of9_121.jpg "There will be a message,
"Not to do anything with the Computer."
The computer will then; "Shutdown and Restart."
"Lo-gin" if you have to; but!
!Attention: "Do not touch the Keyboard once the Desktop 'window' opens.
"Because the {System Restore}, will 'still be running.'
Wait! Until there is a message:
"Restore of the system was successful!

"Please let me know if you 'need' further assistance; by posting a "Comment 'or' Rating the Solution." Thanks, your 'response' is important!" paul7of9

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Mar 18, 2011


the one with the light has to have power connected...look for an AC adaptor, or possibly it is USB powered...

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Feb 08, 2011


Look at the rear of the computer.
There will be different coloured jack plug sockets.
The speaker out is green and the mic. in is pink.
There may be other colours, these are for multi speaker (3.1 5.1 +) setups.
Your manual should give you a diagram

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Jul 19, 2010


try to use an amplifier

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Jun 18, 2010


Hi , Yes the speakers could of given in after time , if they are reasonbly new , it could be a fault or could of been damaged if there was a recent power failure or Surge

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Jan 04, 2010


The chemark indicates one of three things friend. 1 there may not be a driver present for the sound card. 2.There may be a firmware update for the soundcard in order to make it compatable with your OS. 3 The hardware may be bunk or broke you can resolve this with a little sherlockholmen around the control panels and the system control panel. (Good Luck)

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Oct 18, 2009


First make sure your sound cards are working properly. 1) Check the master volume of your PC. Go to start menu, control panel, sounds speech and audio devices, sounds and audio devices - i) In volume tab click the speaker volume and check whether all the left, right, etc.. volumes are in medium or high. ii) In audio tab click the volume tab of sound playback and make sure that the master volume is not in mute and all the volumes are either in medium level or at 100%. After making these changes try playing any music. Even if the problem persists go and get your sound card checked in an authorised service centre.

Thanks & Regards,
Shiva

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Sep 12, 2009


If you have a stereo near by: Take you audio output from your computer and hook it up to the Tape - VCR - CD Inputs of your Stereo.

Computer Output: 1/8" Plug
Adapt it to a RCA Y Plug
and into your Stero

I did it and now could crack my windows if I turn the volume up too high

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Jul 16, 2009


Plug 1/8th plug (green or black) from speakers into the green jack on pc.

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Jun 29, 2009


Check the jack at the back of the computer see if it is inserted fully. if it is give it a spin between your fingers and wiggle a little to see if sound balances out. But don't forget there are several places to balance your speakers in your operating system on your computer. And what program you are using for playback. if the are self amplifing speakers unplug the jack completely out of the back of the computer. and plug in a pair of headphones and listen. If it is balanced there it is from the cable to the speakers. If it is not balanced it is the soundcard or the software. at least this will give you a place to start.

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Apr 16, 2009


the computer speakers should have some sort of power going to them, whether it being battery powered or plugged into an outlet.

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Nov 03, 2008


hello there!
First things First
1) you got a 5.1 sound card?
2) Direct X 9.c installed?
3) On control panel and multimedia, change to 2 speakers, that should work.
ano other than these is a bad pair of speakers! time to buy new ones.
Open Sky

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Feb 29, 2008


get a new updated mixer device, then if problem persists, call manufacturer of speakers and computer.

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Jan 01, 2008


Good Morning Skugurl
Try to remember how you put the cables,
but as a rule, put in the green and black , cables are sometimes set with this colors. see if not in mute on control panel, sound setting. or in the little speaker beside the clock.
test the sound with any CD Music?
Carl

HP (ZD929AA)... | Answered on Dec 01, 2007


The message means the music is copy protected and that means it will not play outside the device it was downloaded to, in your case the Walkman.

HP Audio Players... | Answered on May 14, 2019


Request the diagram directly from HP.

HP Audio Players... | Answered on May 12, 2019


your PCs husband died, sorry my bad.... LOL
slow is a subjective term , to me all PCs are slow.
(unless I lay my grimy mitts on them)
How much RAM do you have 1gig?
is your HDD full?
did you upgrade to SSD but wise if fast is your aim,
is the PC infected. ?
is your AV engine running, at least windows defender + free malwarebytes.
what music where, mp3 files in a folder? or what are they?
the extension of the file name matters. mp3 is common,
wav is too but are huge and slow, but best sound of all.
how many are there, 10 or 10,000.?
what player are you using,.?
I'd never touch MS media player ever. not me,?
run fast free players that don't track you.
if most windows screens are fast, and only MP3s are slow
say that first. if all things are slow say that. I can not guess or see you do things. (my PC has over 100apps and runs fast)

try BOOM player free.

https://perkele.cc/software/boom

lean and mean, and supports
: MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, Musepack (MPC), WavPack, WAV, AIFF, MP4/M4A, WMA.

or get VLC from, French, it runs too fast and not spyware.
I love VLC, as to 100s millions of others.
if all of windows acts slow run CCcleaner, free. find the free on.
defrag your hdd if it is a hdd,
if the hdd is near full , clean it out of old things not need
or clone it to a larger HDD. better to SSD.
safe and (makers page)
https://www.videolan.org/vlc/

HP Audio Players... | Answered on Oct 31, 2018

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