I'm making the reception, I can see on the screen what song is playing, but I can't hear it.I don't know if it's best to use frequency or FM transmitter. I need more detailed steps to follow. I had this since February 2006, have not use it in my car yet. Please help
Try using the audio out jack to see if you are getting any sound (you can use earbuds to check). If you get sound this way, your transmitter is probably shot. Mine went out about 2 years ago on this unit, and I am using a tape deck adapter to get sound. These are easy to find and only run about $10 and work fine.
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When you put the tape in and play your songs,then take it out or eject the tape, push in the radio mode, you should the radio , if not check to make sure you got a good antenna connection, sometimes there maybe a delay but hopefully not two minutes, should be more like 5-10 second delay
HiCan you play songs ? If you can play songs then your earpiece is damage or short circuit and at the same time even if you play songs there is no sound then the problem comes from the Sound IC or its related components.So, if you can listen music just change the earpiece(the smaller speaker which is facing front side).Good luck
The shuffle setting is essentially random, which does _not_ mean that
you won't hear the same song again until all other songs play. You might
even hear the same song twice in a row, I suppose.
Are you hearing the same group of songs, and your other songs _never_ play?
If you scroll manually to a song that you haven't heard, and start play
from there, does it revert to that same group songs, or play on to
All else failing, have you tried to restore your iPod?
Have you tried changing the playback settings in your iTunes
preferences? You should be able to adjust the setting to make it _less_
likely for songs to repeat. I don't know how that would transfer to the
Go to the control panel / sound and check if the sound is set to mute ? if it is then untick the box and increase the volume. If you are playing songs from cd make sure its a working one. if the cd is fine and the sound is full you are not able to hear the sound then you will need to install the drivers for the card. use the drivers cd which came with the machine. After installing the drivers you should be able to hear songs if you still have issues then possibly somethings wrong with the soundcard / speakers.
Try reinsalling the given driver might some sound files have error or virus attack.the best is to uninstall and reinstall sound driver or take the windows rollback function for uninstall.if that doest work then flash/format the c:/ drive
First you just play the songs in VLC player.If sounds comes then ok,otherwise cheack below that i have written......
I think either the (XP)sound drivers doesn't match or the problem in your sound device. So it's better to go to the nearest service station and cheak your laptop. If it is OK then, search for proper sound drivers from them or in google.