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I might've posted this the wrong topic place. I posted it in Windows XP/98 one earlier. So I'm bringing it over here incase. Yo, On my computer you can only hear on the right side. At first, I thought it was the speaker wires or something. So i tried rearranging them. But then when i switched around, the only speaker started playing and one didn't. So then I connected hearphones. And I can only hear on the right side. I have used Winamp and Windows Media Player to check. Both of them are balanced at center, but still only the right side plays. I used Divx to watch a movie and only the right side plays at well. I've checked my volume settings on the systrem tray but still no luck. Help please.
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I have used Winamp and Windows Media Player to check. Both of them are balanced at center, but still only the right side plays. I've checked my volume settings on the systrem tray but still no luck. Help please.


You can only hear the right side. Try setting the slider all the way to the left side.

Edited by emery, 28 August 2006 - 01:18 PM.

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i have slid it all the wya to the left. i dont hear anything. i tried it with my speakers and headphones.
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Go to device manager. Start>control panel>system>hardware>device manager. Look for your soundcard in that list. Select it and hit ''DELETE''. Reboot your machine and let windows find a driver for your card.

Good luck.
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hmm thanks for the help but iono how but it works now. I've restarted and shutted off the computer and it didn't work. but when i signed on it now did. thanks for the help anyways guys.
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You're welcome. Glad you this fixed.
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