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Report swu- Jul 21, 2016 at 07:22 AM i did n it works thank you Helpful +17 Report Kimberly Nov 5, 2015 at 09:43 AM Came into work this morning and She can't bring the docking station with her during travel, so we're stumped. I have 2 speakers and 1 subwoofer to it. Method 3 Headphones Don't Work Either 1 It's Captain Obvious time again! http://ps3coderz.com/not-working/speakers-not-working.php

Restarted computer. Check all the wires inside the speaker. They work? Alright, i hope i did this right.

Speakers Not Working Windows 7

it might just be the headphones I havent checked but PLEASE help Report Sam- Oct 31, 2015 at 12:30 AM For my computer, I just hold the off button until it's If you're handy with a soldering iron, it's an easy fix: cut off the old plug, get a matching one from Radio Shack (or your favorite electronics store), and solder the I've tried to connect headphones to see if that would correct it, but still nothing. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top Aleeve Posts: 2818 This post has been reported.

Is there any way I can "trick" my desktop I am remoting to, to make it think their are speakers connected so I can hear my movie. Cell phones with GSM technology will also make regular chattering noises. Reply Sim December 30, 2014 at 6:54 pm I am still not getting sound from speakers or headphones. No Sound On Computer Windows 7 but nothing is reaching my headphones (my only "speakers").

Also the last things said to check my sound card which I also do not know how to do. I am remote deskoping to my computer. Reply Justin June 20, 2016 at 9:28 pm Hey I have a weird one. Have you tried updating them?

Mute is on Another common mistake is for users to accidentally press the mute key on their keyboard. Speakers Plugged In But No Sound Also, have you tried rebooting and/or updating drivers? There are, however, a couple of things you missed. I know it's like asking "is it plugged in," but very often, it's something that simple that's the root of the problem. 2 Try hooking up the speakers to another computer.

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Anything over that and I consider getting it repaired, anything under that and I consider getting a new one. If it is then if you have a portable device, CD player, etc., try plugging speakers into that and see what happens. Speakers Not Working Windows 7 Are the speakers plugged in? My Laptop Speakers Are Not Working Read more.

Too often, the sound is missed on a computer. Check This Out right clicked and test, the make it the default, thanks SO much. Reply Bob June 29, 2016 at 3:43 am Okay I have a tough one for you. Report Curd- Sep 18, 2015 at 11:43 AM Im having this issue accept my headphones completely stopped working. External Speakers Not Working

I'm sure they can point you in the right direction. i am sorry for my bad explanation, but i don't know what else to say... I uninstalled and re-installed the drivers, checked everything, used every setting in the control panel. Source If I plug in earphone with a jack I have sound!

I can't even so much as find a relevant google result describing the problem. How To Fix Computer Speakers No Sound Sound from built-in laptop speakers, while headphones are plugged in. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

Reply Guy McDowell June 15, 2016 at 1:21 pm Do the speakers require their own power source?

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Usually, if there is a plug for speakers, there is a sound card. simpleedivaDec 17, 2011, 9:26 PM I am unable to locate that...can you tell me where to find it, please? I've tried everything I can think of in Control Panel to get it to work, but no luck. (We also tried connecting to the speaker via Bluetooth, of course, but couldn't http://ps3coderz.com/not-working/via-hd-audio-not-working-w-5-1-channel-speakers.php simpleedivaDec 17, 2011, 9:28 PM I looked in the sound manager...I did not see anything that would allow the changing of speaker setup selection....is there anything else that I could do?

I always restarted the "Windows Audio" service too, just in case. But if I plug in speakers with a jack - no sound. Im sorry it's just that i am so tired of this, i only have a little sound and a couple of days ago it was fine & theres no one here Desktop computers can also have multiple plugs to put your speakers into.

You might try this: Play a CD, internet radio, etc., then click the volume icon and see if the green bar is moving. The answer to this isn’t always the same answer. In which case, I would return them to where they were purchased, if possible. Reply raven March 19, 2015 at 2:03 pm thank you for that tip.

I am using windows xp as an operating system. The former I’d just replace, the latter I would take to a specialist to be repaired. I have checked that nothing is muted and all other sound settings i can find but everything looks as it should to me. External desktop speakers Sound devices connected to the computer have different cables and therefore use different ports.

Reply Nathan March 7, 2015 at 4:03 am Old post, but just in case. Turn down your Speaker volume... I'm sure the internal ones have to cut out when i have external speakers connected surely ? Dennis January 6, 2017 06-01-2017 Teclast TBook 16 Pro Hybrid Dual-Boot Tablet Review and Giveaway Teclast TBook 16 Pro Hybrid Dual-Boot Tablet Review and Giveaway James Bruce January 3, 2017 03-01-2017

Almost every pair of speakers with knobs will increase the volume by turning it left to right, otherwise known as clockwise. Music plays when I connect HDMI cable (to my tv). All is well! Reply Zbyszko March 29, 2015 at 7:57 pm Alright, here's my problem.