Re: Monitor's Speakers
I am certainly glad to hear that you normal sound output is not muted or is
not set to zero volume. However the INF file entry for your monitor only
contains the video information for the monitor. There is no monitor driver
that enables the sound. Since the speakers in the monitor behave exactly the
same as if they are separate speakers when you connect the sound output from
your computer to the sound input connection on the monitor.
"Unabletowhistle" <Unabletowhistle@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> no actually your wrong apparently. Nothing is muted. I've tried to
> the monitor's drivers, but not sure if it works.
> "JW" wrote:
>> In the sound mixer for the computer itself you can Mute each speaker
>> independently and apparently the speakers on the computer's sound card
>> "Patrick" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> news:2NmdnXBZZOotOvLanZ2dnUVZ_hynnZ2d@comcast.com. ..
>> > The Monitor should have a driver CD you may have to install it again
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>> > "Unabletowhistle" <Unabletowhistle@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>> > message news:EBA92409-D7BF-4CEE-88E9-3548C4C991AD@microsoft.com...
>> >> My sister muted her speakers, which happen to be built onto the
>> >> monitor,
>> >> don't work. In the volume control it says no devices are installed for
>> >> this
>> >> purpose and its not the computer itself because the usb speakers still
>> >> work
>> >> on the computer. Any ideas what to do?