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Um..Ive have this computer with windows ME on it and I went to listen to music and there was no sound from the speakers. I went to start/programs/accesories/entetainment/volume control but nothing came up. I dont even see the speeker thing in the toolbar. I checked my soundcard and it seems thats there is nothing wrong with it. I don't know what else to do. Please help. I don't know too much about computers.
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I had this problem as well. If you have the CD that downloads the audio drive, use it to reinstall the drives with a check next to it under the Audio section. Click on it to open another window and then click extract on the bottom of the page and click on open when a window pops that asks you what do you want to do and let it run. It should work afterwards. :tazz:
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I don't have the CD...is there another way?
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Oh, hmmm... :tazz: you could try to find it on the Microsoft webpage
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Make sure that it's the right audio drive that you download or else it'll be for nothing!
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um..okay..how do I do that?
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um...the computer doesn't have internet connection. Its just a computer that we use for playing computer games...
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Try the control panel with audio and speech...I don't know. This is now beyond me. Sorry! :tazz:
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Actually, maybe not. Try the audio and speech devices and see if everything is okay (no warning signs). But if something is wrong, you'll have to get the CD because that's the only way to fix it.
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I dont see any warning signs...says its all good.
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what about the status?
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the status??
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yeah, if you go to speech and audio, the last bar at the bottom, it should say status
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when i click on sounds and multimeida a box comes up and the first tab is sounds. at the bottom it says sound volume and i cant adjust the arrow thats there pointing at low.
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Yeah, you'll need the CD, that's about as much as I can help, if you want try to restore defaults (should change it to high). :tazz:
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