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Getting Sound Back On Windows Vista

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by megabooster, Apr 3, 2008.

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  1. megabooster

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    Hi.

    For those that don't know how to get sound back on your Windows Vista here's how below.

    Go into Menu on the bottom left hand side of your screen and go into Control Panel on the right when menu pops up from the bottom. Then look for icon where it says sound underneath the icon will look like a Speaker. You should see a window pop up with the word Speakers and a tick underneath that if it's ticked then that is fine. Click twice on where it says Speakers above the tick. Another window will pop up and go into tab called Advanced on top right then a window will pop up make sure it says
    24 bit 48000 Hz (Studio Quality) in the bar click on test and you should hear two beeps if you hear those two beeps then it is working correctly.
    After that click on Apply and configure and then Ok.

    Don't forget to click on Astrick in sounds tab.

    To get the other Speaker working on your Headphones or Speakers go to where it says Speakers under sound in
    Control Panel from Menu click twice with left button on your mouse a window will pop up then you should go into a tab called levels and you'll see volume controls and point your mouse over where it says HD this will turn on the Speaker you want coming out of your Headphones if I remember correctly. Worked for me if it doesn't for you then there's another problem with it all at your end then if there is then that bit I don't know how to get around.
     
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