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Accidentally disabled my speakers

  1. #1


    Aberfox Guest

    Accidentally disabled my speakers

    In the sound pop up from the control panel I was trying to change the default
    speaker, but accidentally disabled it. Now the speaker has disappered from
    the playback devices tab and I cannot get any sound out of my speakers.
    Q. How do I enable my speakers again?

    PS. Its a laptop, so I think it's the internal speakers I've disabled

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  3. #2


    Aberfox Guest

    Re: Accidentally disabled my speakers

    Yey that worked, and it was so simple.
    Taa very much.


    "Cal Bear '66" wrote:

    > Right click in the Playback window and check both "Show Disabled Devices" and
    > "Show Disconnected Devices".
    >
    >
    > I Bleed Blue and Gold
    > GO BEARS!
    >
    >
    > "Aberfox" <Aberfox@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > news:E34A1786-EA3C-4D7D-BED2-B41035DE0B34@xxxxxx

    > > In the sound pop up from the control panel I was trying to change the default
    > > speaker, but accidentally disabled it. Now the speaker has disappered from
    > > the playback devices tab and I cannot get any sound out of my speakers.
    > > Q. How do I enable my speakers again?
    > >
    > > PS. Its a laptop, so I think it's the internal speakers I've disabled
    >
    >

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  4. #3


    Rodney Farmer Guest

    Re: Accidentally disabled my speakers

    Have you tried reverting the system to a System Restore point to a date
    prior to your problem?

    Rod Farmer

    "Aberfox" <Aberfox@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:E34A1786-EA3C-4D7D-BED2-B41035DE0B34@xxxxxx

    > In the sound pop up from the control panel I was trying to change the
    > default
    > speaker, but accidentally disabled it. Now the speaker has disappered from
    > the playback devices tab and I cannot get any sound out of my speakers.
    > Q. How do I enable my speakers again?
    >
    > PS. Its a laptop, so I think it's the internal speakers I've disabled

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  5. #4


    KAWAN Guest

    RE: Accidentally disabled my speakers



    "Aberfox" wrote:

    > In the sound pop up from the control panel I was trying to change the default
    > speaker, but accidentally disabled it. Now the speaker has disappered from
    > the playback devices tab and I cannot get any sound out of my speakers.
    > Q. How do I enable my speakers again?
    >
    > PS. Its a laptop, so I think it's the internal speakers I've disabled

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  6. #5


    Wandering Guest

    Re: Accidentally disabled my speakers


    "KAWAN" <KAWAN@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:0F6CE1DC-2687-4375-A60B-D393A7421B15@xxxxxx

    >
    >
    > "Aberfox" wrote:
    >

    >> In the sound pop up from the control panel I was trying to change the
    >> default
    >> speaker, but accidentally disabled it. Now the speaker has disappered
    >> from
    >> the playback devices tab and I cannot get any sound out of my speakers.
    >> Q. How do I enable my speakers again?
    >>
    >> PS. Its a laptop, so I think it's the internal speakers I've disabled
    I think you meant the popup from the task bar or system tray. So, open
    Control Panel, Look for the audio controls for your sound system, and open
    it. You should be able to adjust just about anything. Also, some laptops
    have a Fn key combination to mute the speakers, make sure you check that and
    that they are not muted.

    Good luck.


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  7. #6


    KAWAN Guest

    RE: Accidentally disabled my speakers



    "Aberfox" wrote:

    > In the sound pop up from the control panel I was trying to change the default
    > speaker, but accidentally disabled it. Now the speaker has disappered from
    > the playback devices tab and I cannot get any sound out of my speakers.
    > Q. How do I enable my speakers again?
    >
    > PS. Its a laptop, so I think it's the internal speakers I've disabled

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  8. #7



    Newbie
    Join Date : Dec 2009
    Posts : 1
    Windows Vista
    Local Time: 02:48 PM


     

    Re: Accidentally disabled my speakers

    I'm having a similar problem, but none of these solutions appears to work. When I go to the sound settings on the control panel, it simply reads "no audio devices installed." There are no devices to click on to install. When I right click the sound icon in the system tray there is no option for enabling or reinstalling audio devices.

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  9. #8



    Newbie
    Join Date : Jan 2010
    Posts : 1
    Vista Ultimate x64
    Local Time: 01:48 PM


     

    Re: Accidentally disabled my speakers

    Ok go back into control Panel and then sound and in the playback tab, u just need to right click in the box and select show disabled devices and u should then be able to see the speakers u disabled.

    hope this helps
    noobito


    oops srry din;t see the answers was posted above

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