April 20, 2012

Diagnose sound problem on Dell system


When you lose sound on your dell system, it can be difficult to figure out why it's not working. It can be very frustrating when you simply want to listen music but your dell system's sound is not working. It might be occurred from any hardware/software issue or something else.


Just follow these dell support easy tips given below to fix dell system sound issue, without help of any other tools or internet. And these easy steps are -

Step 1: Start from a very basic step, first check that your dell system volume is on, low or muted. It can be fixing by speaker icon from desktop.

Step 2: Now check your hardware issue; check your speaker manually. Check that speaker has power supply & it is properly connected with computers 'audio jack' or 'usb port'. You can also try another set of speakers to verify that the sound card is working properly or not.


Step 3: Now check for any software issue. Go to start->control panel->hardware and sound->sound. Select speaker & headphone tab and check that volume level is full & 'Device Usage' is enable. 

Step 4: Now check driver related issue; go to Mycompputer->properties->hardware->device manager. Now check for "!" or an "X" symbol under 'sound, video, and game controllers'. If you see any symbol, then update driver from manufacture's website.

Step 5: If you are still facing same problem after apply all steps to fix your dell problem, then it might be possible that your dell system may have become infected with a virus affecting its audio output, it need a strong virus removal program.

Feel free to get online technical support to fix your computer problems. Just Call on Toll-Free number(1-866-541-1792) & get 24*7 expert help for online diagnostic and troubleshooting.

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  3. Some time , i have also faced such problem , Thanks for sharing that help me allot !

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