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    Volume Problems

    So, my volume is not working at all. I've tried everything, and it just won't
    turn on. It worked at one point when I realized it wasn't plugged in, but it
    shut off about 5 minutes later, and headphones wont work on it either. Any way
    to fix this?

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    Re: Volume Problems

    This is most likely not going to do anything for you, but have you tried restarting your computer?

    Sometimes my mouse and/or speakers stop working for some reason but restarting always gets them to turn on. Just a suggestion I guess, good luck with it.

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    Re: Volume Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Kellawgs
    This is most likely not going to do anything for you, but have you tried restarting your computer?

    Sometimes my mouse and/or speakers stop working for some reason but restarting always gets them to turn on. Just a suggestion I guess, good luck with it.
    Didn't work.

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    Re: Volume Problems

    Control Panel-> Hardware and Sound-> Sound

    There you should be able to see which speakers/headphones are connected and if they work.
    If they're not connected(but recognized earlier) you could replug the cables and maybe clean the inputs.

    It might sound stupid, but if you have a mute button on your keyboard you might have accidentally pushed it or something. Happens to me sometime and the first time I was confused as hell.


    [spoiler:2ih1eh6w]Your Sounddrivers might cause the problem if nothing works, have the speakers been working before the problem or is it a new computer and haven't you installed any drivers?
    Maybe you got new speakers?[/spoiler:2ih1eh6w]
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    Re: Volume Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Cavolia
    Control Panel-> Hardware and Sound-> Sound

    There you should be able to see which speakers/headphones are connected and if they work.
    If they're not connected(but recognized earlier) you could replug the cables and maybe clean the inputs.

    It might sound stupid, but if you have a mute button on your keyboard you might have accidentally pushed it or something. Happens to me sometime and the first time I was confused as hell.


    [spoiler:r49dg8o7]Your Sounddrivers might cause the problem if nothing works, have the speakers been working before the problem or is it a new computer and haven't you installed any drivers?
    Maybe you got new speakers?[/spoiler:r49dg8o7]

    My speakers are all plugged in. They just won't work. Also, this isn't a new computer, and
    I have built-in speakers.

    Also, it's now saying "You just unplugged a device from the audio jack", and
    "You just plugged a device into the audio jack" over and over again.

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    That sounds like it may be a broken cable, try stretching it and see if that works.

    You should try your speakers on another computer, if they work fine than you're sure it has to do with the computer and not the speakers themselves.
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    Re: Volume Problems

    You really need to give more information when posting problems like this.

    You say they're built in but then mention unplugging and plugging back in, which you wouldn't be able to do if they were 'built in'.

    Do you have a laptop or a desktop? What speakers are they? Are they left and right speakers that are plugged into a sub before being plugged into your PC?

    It sounds like they're broken. No audio and windows spamming the device has been connected dialogue would give me the impression the connection is broken.

    Try plugging headphones or another speaker system into the audio-out in your PC, this way you can figure out if it's broken speakers or broken audio-out.

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    Re: Volume Problems

    I fixed it anyways. I got some new speakers. Thanks for all the help nonetheless
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    Lock please.

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