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Monitor with built in speakers - no sound?

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  1. dacan13

    dacan13 Thread Starter

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    Just bought a Packard Bell Maestro 240 LED white. It has built in speakers, but i don't hear any sound? It shows up in sound>playback and i have checked sound levels etc. All the required drivers are installed, and my headset works? There is no 3.5mm input on the monitor, but i'm using a HDMI cable, and HDMI cable can "transfer?" sound. Anyone who can help me? I'm using windows 7 64-bit
     
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    have a look at
    control panel>
    sound>
    is HD audio selected

    can we see a screen shot
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  3. dacan13

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    Okay!
    [​IMG]

    My headset is default device here, but i have tried making maestro main, and disabling the headset.
     
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