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How to fix mute
click start control panel sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick it in XP
right click on the speaker icon in the bottom toolbar select playback devices should be a green tick in the speakers if not right click select configure also check the communications tab make sure the are not muted
hope it helps W7
on May 29, 2012
I can't open my samsung t220 housing
1) Pull the stand out of the bottom of the monitor (it isn't held in with any screws).
2) Remove the two screws now revealed by the removal of the stand. These are the only two screws holding the rear panel on.
3) Slide a couple of old credit cards into the gap between the front and back panels starting from where the base inserts. As you lever the two panels apart, slide the credit cards along the gap to stop them from clipping back together.
4) Insert a flat-head screwdriver into each of the little slots at the bottom of the monitor and start to lever the back panel away from the front bezel.
5) Carefully use the screwdriver to prise the back panel away from the monitor, starting from the gap you created using the first two slots and working your way gradually around the frame. There are tiny clips every three inches or so all the way around. Each one will release with a fairly loud 'pop', but don't be too concerned - if you're careful, you won't do any damage (use just enough force to get it to release, without using so much you smash anything).
The plastic IS fairly soft, so do your best not to damage it - using credit cards between the screwdriver and monitor will help to protect it; but then if you're doing this, I doubt your monitor is under warranty (and you won't see the small scratches and indentations you make anyway, as they're on the back of the monitor).
on Jan 23, 2012
My TV falls down from
There is most likely physical damage inside the monitor, it may be as simple as a connector needing to be reseated or reconnected. If you aren't competent to undo the monitor and inspect find someone who can undo it and inspect for physical damage. It will most likely be obvious once you inspect. If it is the connector to the screen you may have to scrap the monitor.
on Oct 31, 2011
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