I can't seem to get my cyberacoustics to work (Speakers)
I fixed my computer a while ago, and my sound card is working because it makes the beep sound when my computer starts up(windows), but i went and plugged in my cyber acoustics to the back of my computer in the (lightgreen)jack at the back that matches the color of my jack thats on my cyber acoustics cord, and no sound is coming out. My computer says i still have no soundsystem hooked up to my computer when i go to adjust the speakervolume. Can someone help me?
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Re: I can't seem to get my cyberacoustics to work...
Perhaps the beeping sound you hear at start up is the internal speaker directly connected to the motherboard.
If you Device Manager or your Control Panel/Sound & Audio Devices Properties/Audio tells you that nu such device is installed, what you need to do is re-install the necessary drivers.
To confirm if the sound card is there/working but need drivers, go to your Device Manager, a yellow marked "!" will indicate that that component need drivers/re-installing.
Post back with your motherboard brand/model that we may look for drivers or use the original motherboard CD installers.
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Make sure the speakers are hooked up properly and also that the sound card drivers are installed, you can verify this by going into the device manager. The main speaker wire has to be hooked up to the output of the computer sound card.
If the sound card drivers are installed and the speakers are hooked up properly and your still not getting sound, try the speakers on another computer that you know has sound. If the speakers work then its a sound card driver issue on the original computer. If the speakers don't work on another computer then you know the speakers are bad.
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.
Sample testing is usually a firmware built into the monitor amplifier
ie the monitor is testing itself.
you problem possibly lies with the computer sound system.
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Is it an 'On-board' sound card or separate PCI card.
You can determine this by looking at the back of the computer- if all the connectors - sound- PS2 and USB are in the same panel - then it is an on-board system.
If the sound is separate in one of the card position then it is a PCI card.
The possibility is the sound system needs setting up- check your computer paperwork/manual and utilities disk for Audio drivers.
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