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The switch of the main speaker does not engage when you plug inn your earphone it's suppose to turn off the main speaker.you need to clean the contact of the switch of the jack.Open the cover of reciever and go to the earphone jack spray it with a contact cleaner then try again.if the same thing happen replace the jack with a new one.
Many Dell PCs have an internal speaker that will allow sounds and even music to play - it is just not as good as the external types that offer sub woofers and stereo sound. As long as you're hearing the familiar Windows Sounds and not simple beeps - your sound card drivers are probably ok.
This makes me think that you've either inserted the speaker plug into the wrong jack on the PC or have an issue with the speakers themselves. Generally, these jacks are color coded. If yours are, make sure that speakers are connected to the GREEN jack. If not color coded there should be an indication of an arrow pointing OUT or a speaker icon near the speaker jack. If still no luck, it is possible that the cord between the plug and the speakers has gotten pinched or broken. Try plugging a pair oh head phones into the jack - or plug the speakers into another device with a speaker jack. I'm pretty sure you'll get your answer after doing that. Some final thoughts: Maybe your speakers need power? Are they plugged in? Is the outlet powered? Is there a power indicator? Is the volume knob turned to minimum?
If you still have problems - provide the model number of your Dell PC and we can dig some more - but I think you'll find the problem if you follow the steps above.
It sounds like the audio jack itself has internal damage. Depending on how it is mounted on your laptop case, or possibly on an internal circuit board inside the laptop; it might be possible to repair the jack or replace with a new 1/8" audio jack. Some soldering skill may be required after disassembling the laptop and getting access to the jack.
may be you have not installed the audio drivers.... if not then so install it & then try it will work.. if it is installed then check whether the audio cable from speakers to the cpu is correctly connected to audio jack in the cpu..(u must connect to green audio port) check whether the power supply of the speakers is given r not... check whether the power button of the speaker is on ....
if the same problem persists then there may be miscontact inside the speaker (if the speaker is showing green light when it is on means then there is no power supply cable problem else there may be power supply cable problem try changing it ) else may be the capacitor inside the speaker is gone if the problem persists then take the speakers to technician ....
Have you set the computer up for 4.1 speakers in the audio software?
Go to start control panel and click on sound's speech and audio device's, then click on sound's and audio device's.
A window should pop up with a load of menus at the top, click on the one that says volume.
Where it says speaker settings click on the advanced button.
Click on the menus until the picture lookslike your system you have.