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no volume from speakers

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by fitts, Jan 22, 2008.

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  1. fitts

    fitts Thread Starter

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    All of a sudden no volume coming from my Dell computer integral speakers. Checked all mute buttons on keyboard and on control panel sound devices are not muted.
    Any ideas
     
  2. Poppin27

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    I've had a problem like this before. My problem the first time was that was that one of the bars in playback control were all the way down.(If you click on the speaker in your task bar then open volume control.) The second time was when i was in the same thing in playback control click on advance in the volume section then uncheck the digital output only then my speakers worked. Also if that dosn't work try reinstalling your driver for your sound card.
     
  3. sup2a

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    of that didnt work, can you hear system sounds? i had a similar problem and it took a new sound card to fix it
     
  4. oldernrocks

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    I know this sounds stupid but my sister had trouble "suddenly" and the repair turned out to be a switch on the tube frame that she never knew was there.
     
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