posted on Jul, 26 2014 @ 12:25 PM
a reply to: rockpaperhammock
Check your sound devices in windows (for Win7 it'd be Control Ponel -> Hardware and Sound -> Sound). See which device is currently set as default.
Make sure your speakers are set as default. Incase you don't see them there, right click a sound device and make sure show disabled devices is
If it does appear, and is already set as default, check what type of driver it uses (On the bottom of the name it should say something like "Realtek
High Definition Audio". Go to the website and find the drivers to download there.
Or go to your device manager (found in control panel), and click on sound. I suggest right clicking every single thing that appears there and click
Update Driver Software.
If nothing works, or there is no update (if there is no update, I suggest going to the website of each driver/device), then somethings wrong with
either the computer, or the device itself...
Other then that, I suggest getting a PC with Win7 next time!
edit on 26-7-2014 by Kuroodo because: (no reason given)