I am not getting any sound from desktop speakers..i have sony driver installed
Mar 06, 2010
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Onboard audio is disabled in the BIOSThe BIOS Setup
program is accessed by pressing the <F2> key after the Power-On
Self-Test (POST) memory test begins and before the operating system
boot begins. Go to the Advanced > Peripheral Configuration menu to
make sure onboard audio is enabled.
Audio settings in the sound mixer are incorrectCheck your audio mixer software to ensure audio is not muted or the volume level is not turned too low.
The speakers or headphones may be connected to the wrong jacksMake sure you connect all speakers to the correct jacks. If you connect them to line-in or microphone jacks, they won't work.
Audio drivers are not properly installedCheck Device
Manager under the Sound, video and game controllers section for any
errors associated with the audio driver. Reinstall the audio driver if
Audio to back panel is muted if front panel is connectedCheck
your audio mixer software for a setting that mutes back panel audio if
you have plugged headphones into a front panel audio solution. Uncheck
this setting to allow audio to both the back and front.
Sound Playback is set to wrong deviceIn Control Panel
> Sounds and Audio Devices, go to the Audio tab. Check the default
device for sound playback; there may be multiple selections. Select the
desired device, either rear panel or front panel.
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