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    i have a problem i cant get sound from my speakers, it looks like the deivce drivers for my sound card (realtek ac'97) are there, and i can record sound from my mic using the sound recorder but just cant get anything from my speakers, i tried different speakers and headphones and nothing, anyone got any ideas what might be wrong.

  • #2
    go into sound and audio devices in control panel...and make sur eit is set to use your sound card and make sur eit isnt set to mute.
    kind regards
    danzil
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    • #3
      Danzil,
      thank you for your reply. i have tried this. i can find no problem with the software at all and the soundcard is working properly. could the fault be with the actualy 3.5mm jack?

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      • #4
        try another set of speakers and/or a pair of stereo headphones.
        do you hear any sound
        remeber the correct AUDIO jack is the green 3.5mm jack not blue or pink
        kind regards
        danzil
        Windows 10 Pro x64
        Aqua Jeantech Gaming case
        550watt psu.
        MSI Gaming Board
        32GB DDR3 Corsair gaming Ram
        Genuine Intel i7 3.2Ghz
        4 x 24x dvdrw
        150GB SSD
        750GB Hybrid Drive
        256 RAID PCI/E SSD for OS
        and loads of other bits i really dont need

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        • #5
          hi danzil,
          yes i tried that, i did state that i tried different speakers and headphones in my original message, and, not being rude, but the jack is clearly labelled so i know i got the right one. only thing i can think of is that the actual jack itself is knackered.

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          • #6
            hi pharno sorry i didnt read the first post properly....
            i take it the sound card is on board.....mmm if it is the jack it is probably gonna be cheaper to change the board then to replace the jack..unless you are good at soldering,and can get the correct jack obviously.....
            uuuuum is the sound card turned on in the bios,,,,,,long shot if the mic is working but maybe worth a double check.

            can you give me the make and model of motherboard please so i can take a look.
            kind regards
            danzil
            Windows 10 Pro x64
            Aqua Jeantech Gaming case
            550watt psu.
            MSI Gaming Board
            32GB DDR3 Corsair gaming Ram
            Genuine Intel i7 3.2Ghz
            4 x 24x dvdrw
            150GB SSD
            750GB Hybrid Drive
            256 RAID PCI/E SSD for OS
            and loads of other bits i really dont need

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            • #7
              hi danzil,
              i have no idea if the sound card is turned on in BIOS because i have no clue when it comes to bios, but i would assume it is if the mic is working. i cant tell you what make and model the motherboardis, all i can say is that it is an emachines computer, model 2220, with an intel(R) Celron(R) 2.70GHz processor. if you can help from that info it would be greatly appriciated.
              oh by the way, i recently had to reinstall windows when i upgarded the hard drive so all the information on the drive would be set to the factory settings, hope this helps a bit more. i have had the idea that if it does turn out to be the jack itself, as i have now noticed that the blue (line in) jack is not working either, it may be easier to get a new sound card, or would that cause more problems with the installed sound card being an on-board one
              pharno.

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              • #8
                Hi If it is the jack itself you can get an sound card and disable the onboard one in bios. (danzil must just correct me if i'm wrong :-) ). I think that would be cheapest. And also make sure like he said its not on mute and speakers power is on. Good luck.

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                • #9
                  maynardvdm,
                  thanks for your reply, i have checked its not on mute and the speakers themselves workon other machines, so i know thats not the fault, it must be the jack itself.

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                  • #10
                    yes maynardvdm is correct,you can just replace the sound cad and then disable th eon board audio chip in the bios...
                    can you tell me have you check the front audio connection on your case,shouldbe a black door (flap) at the bottom of your blk/silver case.......
                    where did you get the driver from.... this is the correct driver for oyur pc http://www.e4me.com/support/product_...es&model=T2200 its under drivers then audio i believe.
                    let me know if that helps or not.
                    kind regards
                    danzil
                    Windows 10 Pro x64
                    Aqua Jeantech Gaming case
                    550watt psu.
                    MSI Gaming Board
                    32GB DDR3 Corsair gaming Ram
                    Genuine Intel i7 3.2Ghz
                    4 x 24x dvdrw
                    150GB SSD
                    750GB Hybrid Drive
                    256 RAID PCI/E SSD for OS
                    and loads of other bits i really dont need

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                    • #11
                      hi danzil
                      all drivers where on the restore cd provided by emachines, as i had recent;y changed the hard drive, there is a jack on the front. and these work. so i could use them, but i wanted to sort out the ones at the back

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                      • #12
                        if the ones at the front work then there isnt really an issue with drivers.
                        please check the on board audio header check and double check...if a cable is in the wrong position then this will screw with the back audio.
                        is the cable that go to the front audio sat in on block or are they indivdual...
                        tell you what,what case,and motherboard make do you have,,i will see if i can get a wiring diagram and then send you a pic of the correct positioning,
                        i will need these to correctly help you...
                        it is definatly a good sign that the front audio is working.
                        kind regards
                        danzil
                        Windows 10 Pro x64
                        Aqua Jeantech Gaming case
                        550watt psu.
                        MSI Gaming Board
                        32GB DDR3 Corsair gaming Ram
                        Genuine Intel i7 3.2Ghz
                        4 x 24x dvdrw
                        150GB SSD
                        750GB Hybrid Drive
                        256 RAID PCI/E SSD for OS
                        and loads of other bits i really dont need

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                        • #13
                          spec is as on the emachines website u directed me to.

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                          • #14
                            is the audio from the front panel housed in a block or are they indivdual wires....
                            there is no spec really as to the case.
                            i ask for motherboard model,because if it has been taken in for repair before,the board may of been replaced.
                            i can not help anymore unfortunatly until i know about header.....i will see if i can get a motherboard diagram..
                            i really dont want to diagnose your machine with the wrong thing...i would like to be able to give you a 100% solid solution
                            i ask these questions as to the board because if it had been replace or not.you may or may not have HD audio the wiring is slightly different to the audio header then standard audio on most boards
                            leave it with me i will post back ASAP
                            regards
                            danzil
                            Windows 10 Pro x64
                            Aqua Jeantech Gaming case
                            550watt psu.
                            MSI Gaming Board
                            32GB DDR3 Corsair gaming Ram
                            Genuine Intel i7 3.2Ghz
                            4 x 24x dvdrw
                            150GB SSD
                            750GB Hybrid Drive
                            256 RAID PCI/E SSD for OS
                            and loads of other bits i really dont need

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                            • #15
                              Help!!! my pc has no audio device, how can i repair it

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