The volume is definitely up and I found that headphones work fine. I used a toothpick and it now works - Acer laptop. System details: Windows 10, Acer Aspire laptop ~7 months old? Solution: Get a tooth pick or something and stick it in there to un-jam the sensor. Fortunately, manually setting your headphones as the default device is easy: 1 On your keyboard, hold down the Windows logo key and press the X key. I found this answer on another forum where tons of people with various computer brands had the same problem. I've checked for any conflicting devices in here and ensured everything was enabled as per usual. Im trying to use Acer m1118b speakers, and for whatever reason I get no sound , my computer isnt even registering that i have them plugged in, can anyone help me? A problem with the sound card will undoubtedly be solved, only by a computer technician.
I went to the C drive, searched the 'Audio' file, inside there were two items, I clicked on 'set audio mode to direct' and this fixed the issue with playing the sound on itunes and youtube. But in the end, i found a way to fix it by doing a repair upgrade for my laptop using windows media creation tool to create a windows. The source is selected by software, not hardware, so when you next switch on, the sound is still being directed to the headphone jack as you left it when you shut down. Download and install the driver to restore sound. After you do this you will need to restart your computer. By the way, I have unplugged and replugged into the motherboard the speaker connectors just to see if the issue was caused just maybe by some connector that had slipped out of its socket. Can anyone advise me on what to do please? Problem is that the device doesn't know that you unplugged your headphones, because it was off at the time.
Lets try this: Right click the sound icon open up play back devices Set your speakers to default by Right clicking the item in the list you want to make default. So what I would like to ask is: given the description of the symptoms as described, can anyone please confirm that the issue for this is in fact definitely a faulty internal speaker or some other issue. I tried all these options but they didn't work. Am having problems with getting sound from my speakers as well. Try it, it may save a lot of unnecessary steps in a more complex solution. Solution: Get a tooth pick or something and stick it in there to un-jam the sensor. The speakers worked 10 seconds then nada - no sound.
Hope this helps other people, cheers! Any laptop computer problem can be fixed, after you've properly diagnosed and isolated the underlying source. Their is a bit wher it say's, choose your product. Otherwise, you'll need expert assistance in getting the part replaced. Volume is turned up, Power is on. Let me know if I need to provide any more details! See the image here: Is there anything else to try? I checked to see that it was unmuted. But caused a lot of time consuming work by the owners of a new computer.
My laptop has a mercurial and idiosyncratic nature. Usually visible in systray, maybe one of the hidden icons. I have Windows Vista on an Acer computer. Go for a System Restore Sometimes the installation of certain software programs and virus problems may have messed up the audio software settings and data may have been lost. Sound should then be switched back to the speakers. I recently installed Windows 10 and I think this may have affected my sound settings.
For some reason all of a sudden they arent working. I tried all these options but they didn't work. I unplugged the cord from the surge protector plugged it back up, the word Acer appears on the screen then disappears screen turns black just like before. Solution: Get a tooth pick or something and stick it in there to un-jam the sensor. Also check playback devices, click on speakers, click on Properties, check levels. Uninstall July window updates there.
After playing a couple of videos i realized that something is amiss. . I have had my Acer computer for about a year and my speakers have just now stopped working. I accidentally wrote it there and don't want to retype it all. So that must mean the drivers are somewhere.
Unfortunately all motherboards are different, therefore you will need to refer to the motherboard documentation in order to determine if your motherboard has such a jumper and what to set it to. All it takes is a few mouse clicks! You can get rid of these issues with simple troubleshooting techniques. Or you can update your drivers one at a time by clicking the Update button next to each driver. I hope this was helpful! If you right click on the speaker in systray, any chance it is muted? If they are fine then please check the connection of the speakers if they are intact for details on connection please check the manual that came with the speakers. Thanks and Regards: Shekhar S - Microsoft Support.
Ubuntu did it as soon I started with it, and left the hardware on that state, so when I went back to Windows it was properly set. It should be High Definition Audio Device If this doesn't work, then go to device manager. Easy solution - when the device is turned on, plug your headphone cord back in then remove it! I am having this problem too. You may have to get the speaker and associated hardware sound card replaced. In case neither of these work, you may have a hardware failure which is best fixed by a qualified laptop technician. I have searched the forums for a solution but have not had any luck Thanks!! You can update your drivers automatically with both the Free and Pro versions of Driver Easy.