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Solved Sound but no voice

americancritic

Vista Guru
Gold Member
#1
Hello to everyone this kind of has me a little stumped. I have MP3 Rocket and windows media player 11. This just started about an hour ago and I am trying to figure out whats wrong.

I hear the music just fine through my headset and also my speakers which I have had for almost 2 years, I have tried listening thorugh MP3 and my windows media player I hear all the music just like it should be but no singing voices at all how can this be that you hear the music but no words. It was fine up until an hour ago, does someone have any ideas because I am stumped. Thanks everyone


americancritic
 

MrNeeds

PC Geek
Vista Guru
Gold Member
#2
Hello to everyone this kind of has me a little stumped. I have MP3 Rocket and windows media player 11. This just started about an hour ago and I am trying to figure out whats wrong.

I hear the music just fine through my headset and also my speakers which I have had for almost 2 years, I have tried listening thorugh MP3 and my windows media player I hear all the music just like it should be but no singing voices at all how can this be that you hear the music but no words. It was fine up until an hour ago, does someone have any ideas because I am stumped. Thanks everyone


americancritic
sounds like some wires got crossed, maybe your socket isn't quite all the way in or the jack maybe faulty, try a different jack or try and push the jack all the way in, hope this helps.

MrNeeds
 

americancritic

Vista Guru
Gold Member
#3
Hello Mr Needs, early this morning I checked my wires. I use the port in the front of my computer. Either myself or daughter ran over the wire and there was a nic in it I went to the store bought a new one, upon replacing the wire I can now here the music and voices, works great thank you very much for you help it was right on the money.

If you would please mark this on as Solved.

Thanks again


americancritic