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    Speaker Volume problem in Windows XP Professional

    I am using a desktop computer with Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2. Recently I have formatted our computer and there is no sound coming from speakers. Device manager shows all the sound, video and game controllers installed in it. How to overcome this issue?



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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Speaker Volume problem in Windows XP Professional

    Hi,
    After formatting you have lost all your data, info, settings for good, but installing again gave you the oppertunity to run windows again.

    Have you installed all driver files again other than the files delivered by windows?

    Anyway, if you are using a third party driver from the audio system manufacturer then install the driver software once again, but prior to that uninstall the previous installation using Add/Remove software option of Windows XP.

    And if you are dependent on the Windows audio driver file still uninstall the driver from device manager and utilise "Update Driver" option to install new driver.

    That should remove obstacle from your sound not being played.

    Thank you.

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    mahhiads Array
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    Re: Speaker Volume problem in Windows XP Professional

    Hello Friend,

    Just Follow Some Steps Are :

    >> Open The Control Panel >> Add And Remove Program

    >> And Uninstalled The Sound Driver And Restart The System

    >> After That Open The Driver Folder Where You Have Store The Driver

    >> Than Double Click On The Sound Driver And Installed In Your System

    >> And Restart The System

    >> After That Play Any Music File

    >> Than You Listen The Proper Sound.

    I Hope That Info Is Usefully

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    Re: Speaker Volume problem in Windows XP Professional

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am using a desktop computer with Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2. Recently I have formatted our computer and there is no sound coming from speakers. Device manager shows all the sound, video and game controllers installed in it. How to overcome this issue?
    HELLO DEAR,

    no-sound-sign-thumb23776664.jpg

    Dear the problem whose solution you are searching is arises due to the reason that dear when you format your computer you also remove all the hardware derives from your computer so dear if you want to run your computer accurate the dear you must have to re install the derives.

    >> So dear to install the sound derives you must have got a derive CD with your computer install all the drivers from the CD and you find your problem solved.


    HAVE A NICE DAY,

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    Re: Speaker Volume problem in Windows XP Professional

    installation process need a derive cd to to install sound derives if you have so install it in your pc then it will install the required components and your sound device will work. or if you have stored it already in your computer then go on control panel remove/uninstall it and restart computer and install it from that folder . further you can check it for an update.

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    Satya Praveen Array
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    Re: Speaker Volume problem in Windows XP Professional

    Hello Friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say.............

    1.There is no inbuilt sound Drivers along with the Windows XP.

    2.You have to install it from the other CD.

    3.Along with your computer you will be provided a Mother board CD.

    4.That CD consists all the drivers in it.

    5.So you have to insert it and install those drivers.

    If you do not have that CD then do as below.

    1.You go and make a right click on 'My Computer' folder.

    2.Then you click on the option 'Manage'.

    3.Now you go to the option 'Device manager'.

    4.Then you click on 'Sound,Video and Game Controllers' then it will expand.

    5.There you double click on 'Audio Drivers'.

    6.Then you go to the 'Driver' tab.

    7.At last click on the option 'Update Driver'.

    Have a nice day.................



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    frehman Array
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    Re: Speaker Volume problem in Windows XP Professional

    Dear Friend,

    This is small Problem....

    First Open The Control Panel >> Add And Remove Program

    And Uninstalled The Sound Driver And Restart The System

    After That Open The Driver Folder Where You Have Store The Driver

    Than Double Click On The Sound Driver And Installed In Your System

    And Restart The System

    After That Play Any Music File

    Then your Prblem will get solved.


    THANK YOU!!!!

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