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Q: Internal Speaker buzz

Hi, Just recieved my brand new HP laptop gen 4 and am very pleased but there seems to be a 'buzzing' coming from the internal speakers when anything loud/basey is played. it seems like when a small, cheap speaker is trying to deal with a more complex range of sounds, treble middle and base at the same time. I don't know if you can help, i don't want to return it as it seems perfect. thanks in advance Bailey

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Hello- I have an old Toshiba Satellite (about 8 year old). I do not have external speakers. The other day, I noticed that the usual sounds coming from my laptop (Windows starting up, AOL greeting, etc) and news videos all have a gargly sound to them now. I can still understand what's being said, or recognize the particular greeting, etc., but could this be a software issue, or hardware? Does my laptop have a speaker that could be cracked? Back in the "old days," this kind of gargle/buzz underlying sound coming from a speaker usually meant the speaker was cracked. Any way for me to tell? Thanks
 

A:Toshiba speaker/sound buzz

Maybe your speakers are going defective. You may want to try an external speaker or headphones to see if you have the same problem or not.
 

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I hope this is the right section to post this in!

I have a Toshiba laptop and the speakers on it aren't so great, so I plug in my Harman Kardon speakers that I got with another computer. The only place I can plug-in my speakers are in the headphones jack. Whenever my speakers are plugged in, I heard this extremely annoying loud noise that is kindof similar to the old AOL Dial-up sound. This sound never goes away, and I have to turn up the sound on my music to not hear it anymore.

Weirdly, when I unplug my laptop from the power the sound stops. What the heck?

Anyway, what could this noise be? Is it sounds my computer is making, my wireless internet, some type of silver plug-in thingy? (both my speaker plug-in and power plug-in for my laptop have silver ends to plug in, if that means anything)

How can I get rid of this noise? It's really really annoying.

Thanks
 

A:Speaker buzz noise from laptop

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Hey...long time problem...hoping for a solution finally...

I record guitar and whatnot on the PC...so it's a DAW, for those who know...anyway...my basic specs are in my spec below...but to summarise:

Windows 7 64
x58a-ud3r mobo
6g ram
LG Flatron lcd

Soundcard is a Presonus Firebox FIREWIRE external soundcard

I have to powered speakers, Mackie MR5's hooked to the output of the Firebox.

The problem is that the speakers constantly emit a buzzing/ fizz/ whine/ electrical disturbance type sound when idle. In addition, scrolling of the mouse, websites with lots of moving gfx, cpu activity makes the speakers buzz like a bee.

Grounding seems an unlikely issue.

When I unplug the firewire connection between the PC and the soundcard, the speakers idle perfectly quietly...with only the normal faint, faint sounds they should have when idle.

As soon as the firewire cable is plugged in...buzzzzzz

Buzzing predominately from the tweeter cones of each speaker.

Anyone tackle this issue before?

Any help?

thanks

A:Mouse/ speaker buzz/ scrolling

Grounding would have been my first port of call but since you have obviously taken steps to rule this out it brings us to EMI.

Does it sound like the usual 50hz buzz from the electrical supply? To rule this out please try routing all AC power cables so they do not run alongside any data cables (specificly the firewire cable).

Is the firewire cable fully shielded? Unfortunately this is something your not likely to know and cant really find out without stripping the insulation and looking for the foil wrapper (not recommended).

Your indication that the noise is worse when the system is under load could indicate the interference is coming from either the PSU or another system fan e.g. CPU or GPU. Since the cooler master silent pro fan is usually idle (or should be) you will be able to rule it out by seeing if the noise is there when it's idle and then putting the system under load (perhaps prime95) and seeing if the noise starts at the same time as the PSU fan (if you smoke, a lit cigarette can be a great indicator of fan activity).

You could also check the connections for the Zalman cooler, is it a 3 pin cable on a 3pin head and is it secure?

Do you have an alternative firewire port to plug you soundcard into incase it's a grounding fault in the port itself?

Plenty to keep you busy there!
Good Luck!

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ATHLON XP2000 on ASUS A7V8X-X using the on-board sound. Internal modem on a card. Windows XP.

I use a dial-up connection. Intermittently I hear a buzz from my speakers which isn't usually there. The buzz lasts anything from a few seconds to 30 minutes and when I get the buzz my dial-up connection stops transmitting or receiving data. When the buzz stops the data transmission re-starts in some case but not always. Sometimes the phone connection to the ISP drops, not always. I am absolutely sure of the correlation between the bad connection and the speaker buzz.

I have tried turning off the speakers - no luck. I have tried unplugging the speaker connection to the PC - no luck. It seems the speakers are just receiving some interference not causing it.
 

A:Speaker Buzz kills my internet connection

I think your ending diagnosis is correct. The speakers are 'reporting' the problem, not causing it.

Most likely the buzzing is from a 'short' and possibly an arc

Locating the problem is going to be difficult. I'd run the PC without the case cover on, and with the speakers plugged in. When the other symptoms appear, try to listen to the internals for a electrical interference noise...buzzing or arcing.
 

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Hi all,
I have a 3rd gen x1 carbon, about a month old.  I am not sure whether it has always done this or not, but when the computer goes to sleep mode with my external bose speakers plugged in, they buzz.  It's the same buzz that comes from the speakers when, for example, I touch the cable contact with my hand or against a piece of metal, but this is the first time a computer has ever done this when it is in sleep mode- the very same speakers did not have the problem on another computer.  And obviously the sound stops when the computer boots up, and no buzzing at any other time.  
 
It's a minor annoyance- I walk away for twenty minutes and realize it's buzzing like crazy and unplug the speakers- but I'd rather there were a fix of some kind.  Does anyone know of one?
 
 
Moderator comment: Subject edited to match content. Was: X1 Carbon 2015 (Gen3) Gesture & Motion Control software

A:X1 Carbon 2015 (Gen3) External speaker buzz while ...

Anyone had any similar experience or know of any solution?

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TechSpot Users,

Don't worry, I've already did a search in this forum with the key words "Speaker buzz", and nothing of significance showed up. So I'll try and explain my problem.

My speakers, when turned on, will produce this buzzing sound that goes like "Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz".

And yes, it does not fluctuate, not in a cyclic sense, it's just a single tone of "Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz".

Now, the odd thing about this is, if I unplug the Audio Jack to my Laptop, the speakers will still produce that sound, regardless if it is plugged in or not. My laptop is appxorimately a good 30 centimeters from each speaker, and the woofer is underneath the table. Also, no, my Laptop's WI-FI is turned off. If I do turn it on, I get the occassional random inteference, but that's not what's causing the problem. My network runs on cables too.

Now, to clarify more things, if I use headphones, and plug it in to the audio jack, the sounds are perfectly crisp and clear, with no signs of buzzings whatsoever. (This is how I rule out that it's not a sound card problem)

If you're wondering whether my speakers work, yes, they work perfectly fine. Everything works as it is, but if I don't turn it up loud enough, even in the background, I can hear that buzzing sound, which really annoys me. Here's an interesting fact to help, if I turn on my desk lamp, the buzzing gets signi... Read more

A:Altec Lansing Speaker Buzz (2 Speakers, 1 Subwoofer)

i've had a similar issue with my altecs, from my (admittedly crude) tests, it seems to be an issue caused by poorly shielded wiring in the speakers. however i have heard a very slight buzzing when i use my pair of headphones that uses alot of power. i got my set around the same time as you so maybe there was a bad batch.
you said your laptop wi-fi is turned off, is your wi-fi router is still on? or do you happen to have a cell phone or a cordless phone within 10-15 feet? lastly are they plugged directly in to the wall socket? i found that when i switched to a good quality UPS the hum in my set went down significantly.

in my set the problem didnt start until after my system had been surged during a storm (no damage, not even to my surge protector, but it did cause a restart). so maybe its damage...
hope this helps a bit,
 

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All of a sudden, my asus transformer's left speaker started to make an ugly buzzy and lound noise with any sound that is played. It might be relative that I got another weird error when both of my speakers and headphone jack did not produce any sounds. When I tried to test the sound, windows gave me "failed to play test tone".

It worthy of note that I clicked the compress drive option on my C drive a few days ago to save space, so it also might be related, or is it a hardware failure problem?

Thanks in advance.
 

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My laptop used to do this very randomly but recently has started doing it every time I've been on you tube. The screen freezes onto what's displayed (no BSOD) and the computer becomes completely unresponsive. It always requires a re-boot.

It happens most often when streaming video online, very rarely when watching from the hard drive but does happen very occasionally, even after it seems to be doing it more often. I've attached what I hope is the relevant information and appreciate any help that can be given! The perfmon is in the jcgriff2 folder.

Sony Vaio VGN-NS10L, about 2 1/2 years old.
Full retail version of Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64, installed when I put in a new hard drive about 1 1/2 years ago.
Originally Vista.
CPU: Intel Pentium Dual CPU T3200 @ 2.00 GHz 2.00 GHz
Video Card: Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family
Mobo Model: Sony Vaio
Mobo Chipset: Intel GL40 (Cantiga-GL) + ICH9M (Base)
BIOS: American Megatrends Inc. R0190U3 07/09/2008
Power Supply: Sony AC Adapter 19.5V, 90w

A:Regular screen freeze and speaker buzz when watching video

Are you using IE or another browser to watch youtube?
Is flash up to date there are a lot of flash issues over the last few moths especially with 3rd party browsers.

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The internal speakers intermittently skip while making a buzzzz sound. It happens whether I have small desktop speakers plugged in or not. It is coming from inside the computer. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the driver. When I run the troubleshooter, the report states "Issues found" General Audio Driver NOT FIXED. So what am I supposed to do? How can I fix this problem??




Rebecca Goveia

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I am running Windows 10 Professional with current up-to-date updates on my Dell Inspiron Laptop.

Several days ago I noticed that plugging in current headset no longer muted the internal speaker. I know that it is not the headset as it works perfectly on another computer.
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Doing a web search has not resulted in finding the problem, let alone a solution. Further my anti-virus is up-to-date, as are the microphone and speaker drivers.

Pointers in the direction of a solution will be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

A:External Speaker Fails to Mute Internal Speaker

What audio codec does your laptop use?

It will be listed in device manager. The VEN DEV combo will be enough information.

You'll find it in the device properties details tab, specifically, the "Hardware IDs" section.

It will resemble this:

Code:
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0288&SUBSYS_10EC0191&REV_1000
Usually the audio codec chip itself will detect an external speaker is plugged in. Have you checked your audio device's configuration software? It should have a shortcut in the classic control panel.

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I just talked to a guy who has had his speakers swiped by his brother. I told him most pc s come with an internal speaker so he should get some sound even if it is the basic beeps. He says no way without external speakers. I don't think I have ever had a pc without a internal speaker of some kind. I have even seen softeare to play mp3s, poorly, using win 3. He says his computer is two weeks old. Am I out to lunch on this? It's driving me nuts.
 

A:Internal speaker?

The "internal speaker" on many systems these days is simply a small "piezo" beeper attached to the motherboard, not like the "real" speaker that used to be fitted to older systems.

The internal speaker is controlled at BIOS level, and is not usually available to Windows as a sound output device, just a BIOS error signalling device.

So your were in to lunch, once. But lunch has changed.
 

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An internal speaker in my computer keeps beeping periodically (at very different rates) when I play games and only when I play games as far as I've noticed.

What causes this and how do I make it stop?
 

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Is there no internal speaker for the 700-414? I'm moving some things around and I don't have my audio system hooked up yet.Thanks

A:Internal speaker

KAP1959, welcome to the forum. No, HP desktops do not have internal speakers except for the system sounds.  This is not capable of working for other sound.  If there are speakers they would be in the monitor. Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.

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Please read this conversation because it describe my problem too: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Audio/HP-Pavilion-dv4-1275mx-sound-not-working-after-clean-ins... The only difference is that on my desktop (dc 5800 small factor) the ID for ?unknown device? in Device Manager is: ACPI\PNP0800*PNP0800 ?The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28) The installation of this device is forbidden by system policy. Contact your system administrator. To find a driver for this device, click Update Driver?.   When I try to update the driver with DI High-Definition (HD) Audio Driver for Microsoft Windows 7 (International) downloaded  from HP.com (for dc 5800 small factor) the message is: ?Windows could not find software driver for your device?. Please help! Thank you!  

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Hello,

I have Parkinson's disease so I use voice recognition software.

The problem occurs when I want to edit my dictation and I want to play back my words. It seems there is a speaker buried deep in the computer. The volume on that speaker is so low as to be almost useless.

I would like either to adjust that volume or direct the audio through my normal speakers.

I'm ignorant of computer terminology so I may have viewed the settings but not recognized them.

Your guidance will certainly be appreciated.

Thank you
 

A:Volume on internal speaker

This probably should be in the hardware forum, but here goes.

I am guessing you do not have the speakers plugged in if you are not hearing anything through them. When you plug in the speakers it will usually stop using the internal speaker. You want to plug your speakers into a like colored port on the back of the PC coming out of your sound card. It will have lots of tiny holes in it like you would plug a headset into. If it is not the same color then it will probably show you an arrow pointing out from the center.
 

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Hello! I have had no problems with the laptop's audio/speaker until I recently connected it to a MI bluetooth speaker. When I disconnected it after using, the default internal speakers and earphone jacks cannot be detected (right-click audio icon -> playback device -> default devices cannot be found) and the audio icon in the bottom right corner is always showing a red cross. I tried connecting the bluetooth speakers again and it is working fine, but after disconnection the problem came back and I couldn't enable audio of any sort. I really need to use earphones when I'm in public and can't depend on my bluetooth speakers for everything. Any help would be very much appreciated!!

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Hello,  I have a problem with sound from internal speaker again. Following a topic from this forum, I installed ThinkVantage Tool and for a while my problem was solved but now I have no sound again. What (and why) is the issue here? How to fix it once for good? This is very annoying. Please, heeelp! Thx

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Hi 
I am prabhat. i am using Dell Inspiron n5010. Recently i installed window 8.1 64 bit. Suddenly my internal speakers stop working however sound is coming from headphone. I had updated audio driver also but nothing works. What a matter is? I would like to know is window 8.1 is compatible to dell inspiron n5010 or not, because initially i was using window 7 64 bit. If 8.1 will work then how i get back my sound from speakers. Any one please help me out.

A:No sound from internal speaker

tiru1973I would like to know is window 8.1 is compatible to dell inspiron n5010 or not
Hello. Dell does not support Win8.1 on the Inspiron 15 N5010, however, the audio should work.
Your laptop has IDT audio hardware on the motherboard, but there is not a Win8.1 audio driver available for it, so install the IDT Win7 audio driver into Win8.1, by using compatibility mode.
1. Download and save the audio driver to your desktop or any convenient location on the hard drive.  2. Double click on the new folder to extract (unzip) the driver files.3. The extractor wizard will create a new folder for the driver files. It will be at "c:\dell\drivers\xxxxxx". Write down the exact location that the wizard creates. 4. If the driver begins to install automatically, halt (cancel) the installation.5. Browse to the driver files on the hard drive (the location you wrote down).6. Find the "setup.exe" file.7. Right click on setup.exe to open the context menu.8. Select the Properties.9. Select the Compatibility tab.10. Check the box "run this program in compatibility mode for"... Win7.
If the speakers still do not work after installing the IDT driver, revert the laptop back to Windows 7 if possible.
If the speakers still do not work after reverting to Win7, test the speakers for failure by running either the audio test in the ePSA test, or by failing the color bar test in  the PSA test {Your laptop will have either the ePSA test or the older PSA test.) Instruc... Read more

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I purchased this desktop earlier this year.  I have updated my BIOS and sound drivers and still no sound from the internal speakers, even after restart?! Does this model even have any? So frustrating...

A:no internal speaker sound

Hi: I don't know of any HP consumer desktop PC that comes with an internal speaker, including yours. Only HP business desktop PC's have internal speakers. You will need to purchase a set of external speakers. They plug into the back port labeled # 8 in the illustration below. Figure : Back I/O ports DC input powerVGADVI-DUSB 3.0: 2USB 2.0: 2LANAudio: Line inAudio: Line outAudio: Microphone

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I recently purchased an X1 Carbon running Windows 7.  Headphones work, but the internal speakers do not.   I've tried using the windows troubleshooting tool.  It doesn't find anything wrong. I've gone through all five things liste in this article: https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/ht501860 None of them solved the problem. Any ideas? Thanks!

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Hi everyone,

I have a Fujitsu NH751, Windows 7. Recently, I've encountered a problem with the audio: The background music in videos are normal, but the voices are always distant. The sound never drops off, it's just steadily distant, like the voice is coming from far away. I always use earphones, so I thought that maybe it was my headphone jack that needed to be rewired.

I decided to just get a USB soundcard. However, even with a USB soundcard, the voices are still distant. I find that whether on the USB or in my laptop's jack, as long as I don't plug the earphones all the way in (about 3/4 in) it works perfectly fine.

My system sounds have always been normal, no matter whether it's plugged all the way in or not. If I don't use earphones, my sound is perfectly fine.

I've re-installed my audio drivers, but it didn't help. I also went to Realtek's Audio Manager and made sure all the enhancements were unchecked. The USB doesn't even use Realtek, and yet it gives me the same problem. I'm wondering if this is a hardware problem, can it be fixed, and how much would it cost?

Thanks for any help!
 

A:Internal speaker problem

If you are getting the same results from two audio chipsets/sound cards with the same set of headphones, I'd suspect the headphones are faulty. Test the headset in another (3rd) device. If you have the same problem, the headphones are faulty.
 

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(not sure which forum this post should go to, so I hope this is ok). I am speaking to someome through skype that has a high pitched voice. How can I add some base and take away some treble from her voice. Please help. My ears are starting to bleed.

I have a Dell Inspiron Laptop.
 

A:Add Base to Internal PC Speaker

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i have optiplex 380.on win7 internal speaker does not working.i installed sound driver from dell site.

A:optiplex 380 internal speaker

Hi hmnah,
Do you remember making any recent changes to the computer prior to this issue?
I would suggest you to follow the steps mentioned below:
Method 1:
Open audio troubleshooter and check if the issue occurs follow the steps in the link below:
Open the Playing Audio troubleshooter
Method 2:
Verify if the default sound device is set correctly. Follow these steps:

Click the Start button, click Control Panel, click Hardware and Sound, and then click Sound.
Click the Playback tab. Make sure the correct default audio device is selected. (For most users, the default audio device is Speakers.)
If your default device isn't set to the correct audio device, on the Playback tab, select the correct device, click Properties, click the Advanced tab, and make sure that Default Format is set to the value that you expect. When finished, click OK.
On the Playback tab, select the playback device, click Configure, and then make sure the configurations are set correctly.
If the sound settings are set correctly, and your speakers are already set as the default device, go to "Verify that an audio driver is installed" now.
Select the audio device that you want as the default audio device, and then click Set Default.
Click OK to save your settings.

For your reference follow the steps in the following link:
Tips for fixing common sound problems
Method 3:
If the above step fails follow the steps from the link:
No sound in Windows.
Let me know the status.

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Hi All

A couple of days ago the internal speaker on my pc stopped working for some reason. As I say in the title of this thread, I can still get sound through my headset but I would really like to restore the workings of the internal speaker.

So far I've downloaded the free DriveMax prog and checked all my drivers. There are a few out of date and one of them is for the SoundMax system that, I guess, controls the sounds - unless this is done by something else? Anyway, I downloaded and installed the newer version but then I got several message boxes come up on the reboot saying there was some sort of corruption - sorry, I can't remember what it said exactly and I can't reproduce it as I've taken the computer back using the system restore.

Can anyone help me with this please. I'm not that smart with computers as it is and even less so when it comes to drives so I'd appreciate it if someone can check the drives and possibly suggest any other checks that can be done to isolate the problem.

FYI - the pc is an hp Compaq running XPpro.

Thanks in advance.

A:Internal Speaker not Working

By way of an up date, I managed to download another copy of the driver that I said in my opening post had caused problems but this time there wasn't any sign of similar problems. However, neither was there any sign that its installation had cured my problem.

Sure would appreciate some suggestions.

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at my school the computers are dell optiplex 360 w/ win XP all stock except for software. They produce all of their sound through the internal speaker and from what i've heard or read thus far says that thats not possible but clearly it is and im curious how it works. any help would be very apreciated Thankyou

A:confused by internal speaker

Older computers had a system speaker in the bottom of the case. this speaker would just beep sounds from the CMOS like the POST beep right after boot up. Many modern computers have a set of speakers that are attached to the mother board on the inside of the case so you don't have to install speakers if you don't want to. Though there is an external speaker jack.

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Which driver needs to install in OptiPlex 780 for an Internal speaker? I need help because tried many but failed. It's not working. (It's OptiPlex 780 slim body and using window 10.)

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hi guys
my computer hp dx2100 micro tower, internal speaker dont have a sound.
i check my sound card driver is ok, the cable between motherboard and speaker is connected. i also reinstall the sound driver, but the end the speaker in the computer didnt have sound, can someone tell me what is the problem that occur??
 

A:internal speaker dont have a sound

the case speaker doesnt rely on your sound card, all it provides is basically beeps and such. For sound from your sund card you need external speakers connected to the sound card sockets.
 

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Hi everyone!

I was just wondering if it's possible to make the internal PC speaker beep in Windows. I'm not talking about external speakers or headphones, I'm talking about the speaker inside a desktop computer.

What I've been told is starting Windows Vista, the beep.sys file in C:\Windows\System32\drivers is replaced with a newer version that doesn't allow beeping through the internal speaker, and all beeps go through external speakers (if connected). I've also been told that in Windows XP, with no external speakers connected, Windows XP will use the internal speaker for console.beep in VB.NET, or with any error/warning message.

A few articles online said you can replace your own beep.sys file with one from Windows XP, although this will only work on 32-bit installations. I haven't tried this yet, but I do have an installation of Windows XP available. It would be even better if someone could find a way to also do this on 64-bit installations. (Maybe use the beep.sys from Windows XP x64 Edition?)

Anyway, I want the end result to be able to use console.beep on Windows Vista or newer OS and have the sound come through the internal speaker. Any suggestions?
 

A:Solved: Internal PC speaker beep

Whatever your intention, you really don't want your program to go messing around with the Windows system files. Even if it works (and I imagine you want some sort of audible alert that can't be disabled by just turning off the sound), you'd then throw anything else that expects the beep to use the headphones or connected speakers.

As to the actual answer, you'd need to send a signal to the hardware directly and I don't know how to do that. Perhaps something here can help: http://www.vbforums.com/showthread....om-PC-Internal-Speaker-(not-from-sound-card)-!!
 

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Helloi use earpiece can hear sounds but as for internal speaker there is no sounds i try all the possible solution like reinstall, remove , update and all doesn't work it i believe something do with hdmi port to tv  please help thanks  

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Hey,
I have a Dell Studio 1555 Laptop with built in speakers, but I also have a pair of Harmon/Kardon speakers that plug into the headphone jack. When I plug in the speakers, it makes the sound stop playing through the computers internal speakers, only out of the Harmon/Kardon speakers. Is there any way to get the sound to play through the internal speakers and the plugged in speakers at the same time? Thanks in advance for any help :)

A:Internal + External Speaker Playback

I dont belive that there is a way to do that.
It is usually the desire to have the internal speakers stop playing when the headphone jack is used.

I did notice this in the specs.
Audio jacks (1 line-in, 2 line-out, 1 Mic-in)

Have you tried to use the line out recepticle and see if it works correctly?

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Dell dimension e520 running win xp

there is no computer sound when pc shuts down and can't get
sound on external speaker.

Please help

A:No internal or external speaker sound

first go to control panel and check the audio option of your computer and see if the computer recognizes a sound card.

after clicking audio go ahead and check the settings. if everything is grayed out it means you don't have sound card installed, you need to check device manager and see if you have your sound card there and if see if it's installed with the correct driver.

check also if the external speakers are connected to the right audio port at the back of pc.

hope this helps!

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Ok. For Some reason, my internal speaker on the right side is a bit messed up. Whenever I play anything, it gives off this interferring bass sound like U get from static or something. It very muffled. My left speaker is ok but my right speaker is giving off this sound. I don't know how to fix it.

I just got this laptop two days ago. I think it doing this is cause My battlefield 2 crashed and now, I can't figure out how to fix this sound thing.
This also happened yesterday but it fixed itself out somehow. I don't know what I did yesterday to fix this but earlier today, BF2 crashed and now my audio on the right internal speaker messed up.
 

A:Laptop Internal Speaker Messed Up

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On my Windows 7 laptop, when I plug in my EXTERNAL speakers, the volume is OK, also when I Skype using my INTERNAL speaker, again the volume is quite adequate with my mp3 and audio files. BUT --- when I try to listen to my mp3 and audio files with the INTERNAL speaker, I can hardly hear anything, very weak volume. The volume bars are all on maximum, so what can I do? Strange that when I Skype using INTERNAL speaker, all is OK!

A:Volume problem when using INTERNAL speaker

What is the media player that you use to listen to MP3's? Is the volume all the way up on the media player.
Also in the system tray by the clock, you should have an icon for your sound or in Control Panel, other then the Windows Volume speaker. Here you can change volume for your internal speakers. Also, click the Windows Volume speaker and press Mixer to adjust the volume for your media player.

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A few days ago, i was trying to get my headphones to work. So i went into the Playback Devices menu ( When you right click the speaker icon on Windows 7) and i accidentally hit remove on the options for my internal speakers. I have no clue how to get them back and the only way i can play sound is if i use my external sound card that came with my headset and plug headphones into it. I downloaded the driver off of the Gateway website and ran the setup, but that didn't solve the problem. HELP PLEASE!!!!
 

A:Solved: Internal Speaker Problems

Go back to playback devices.
Right click an open area in the window and click
show hidden devices.
If it shows up there,you may be able to right click
and enable it.
 

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When I turn on the computer, after about 30 minutes the interanl speaker (sometimes) starts beeping and won't stop until I turn off the computer. Also, after this happens and I re-boot, i get a message telling me to 'check system health'.
 

A:internal speaker won't stop sounding

Identify the beeps, long or short, how many and so on. Like morse code. Find out your bios manufacturer, go to there site and you should be able to find information on the beep codes.
 

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I have this old computer which I dont use anymore, but there is something about it that left me quite confused

It has a sound card, but the external spreakers produce no sound. Instead, the internal speaker produces all the sounds (which gives terrible quality because the case is closed, and its a crappy speaker anyways). I never changed any of the computers settings, but one day it was like that and never changed back.

Any explanations (I dont use the computer and prolly wont (it doesnt even have an OS installed (ready for trash))?

Just want to figure this one out. Its an old compaq p-i with < 128 RAM (I think its like 32MB)
 

A:Internal Speaker producing all sound?

If it doesn't have an operating system installed, what sounds are you hearing besides the BIOS beep(s)?
 

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Hello,
I just installed an internal speaker in my Dell Precision T3500.  How do I configure a Windows 10 system to use that speaker?  The T3500 product documentation references the internal speaker but I haven't found any documentation on how to get it to work.  I assume it's a cheap business speaker, so I know the quality won't be great.  I'm just hoping for some basic sound out of it.
Thanks in advance,
Rob

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Hi, I've been searching google thin and tried numerous fixes and nothing so far has worked. I just bought an used Lenovo ideapad u410 and a week later the internal speakers suddenly stopped working. External/headphones still work flawlessly, but the internal speakers won't make a sound. So far I've tried these things:Updating drivers manually.Deleting drivers and let windows update them itself.Deleting drivers and installing the default windows drivers.Checking the internal speakers is set as standard, not muted and that the jackstick isn't stuck or jammed.Restoring the computer to factory settings.Restart audio services.I probably tried some other stuff too that I forgot. When I got the computer there was windows 10 installed, so I tried to do a clean install of windows 8.1. This made the sound come back for a few days, then it disappeared again like with windows 10. I then tried upgrading back to windows 10, didn't work. Rolled back to 8.1, didn't work. I'm considering doing a clean install of windows 7 at this point, because I'm desperate.At the momemt I got 8.1 installed and I have tried installing and deleting the drivers numerous times, with no success.Anyone got any ideas as to what I can do next besides doing a clean install of windows 7?










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A:Lenovo u410 no sound from internal speaker

If you right click on the speaker icon in the tray and select playback devices, do your internal speakers show up there with a Green check mark, and if not, if you right click in the Playback window and select Show Disabled Devices and Show Disconnected Devices. do your internal speakers show as disabled?    If so, right click on them and select enable and then set them as the default.     Also try disabling the other playback devices (unplug them too) to see if that helps. It sounds like yoiu may have already checked that, and it is not the issue, espeically since it sounds like (no pun intented) ,that you have restored the system, but it never hurts to check.  Drivers and software aside, most sound card jacks mechanically mute the internal speakers when an external jack is pugged in, so perhaps the jack itself is broken and is not switching back to the internal speakers when the headphones are unplugged.   .   

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Hi, the problem I'm having is, whenever I play a game, any sort of game including very very low end games my computer seems to run at 100% usage (as long as its a full screen game), and after a indefinite amount of time the internal PC speaker beeps at shortening intervals until its one continuous beep. I'm not sure if the 100% usage is normal or not, but I know that the beeping isn't supposed to happen. I've tried add aware, spybot, and scanning for viruses (I actually did find a trojan, but I removed it and fixed the registry, I did what the symantec website instructed)

I'm not sure what sort of information would help most, so I'll just give some basics for now

I'm running a Pentium 4, 1.70 ghz cpu with 512 mb of ram, I have 6.18 GB of disk space left and my video card is a NVIDIA GeForce 2 MX

if you need any more info, just say the word, and I'll try to get it.

thank you very much for any sort of help.
 

A:cpu usage & internal speaker beeps while games run

what is your bios manufacturers name ?
 

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Hi Everyone,
I was hoping to use an old dell internal speaker on T3600, and realized that the pin connector on motherboard (MB) is slightly different. The old speaker was taken from an Optiplex 745. On the 745 MB, the audio port is like one pin, space, three other pins, but on T3600 MB, the layout is three pins, space, one pin. The speaker has four cables, green,[space], black, white and red. I can plug in the speaker but it does not work properly.  
My question is if anyone knows the pinout on T3600 MB. I can then rearrange pin receptacles of the speaker to make the speaker work. 

Thank you,

DZ

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I'm trying to find a way to play music through the internal speaker in windows xp. I have a sound card, etc, and regular playback works fine, but I can't find a driver/setting to route the playback to the pc speaker instead.

(my "sound card" is actually integrated into the motherboard, but the pc speaker works fine (such as with the beeps in the keyboard acessibility options)).

(background: I've hooked an LED where the internal speaker should be, so that I can see the beeps. I'd also like to be able to see when wav's (or other music) is played, but I don't want to tear apart my system and make the regular music output unusable for others)

thank you.
 

A:playing music through internal speaker in windows xp

the "windoze beep speaker" your talking about i believe can only play a few tones so it would be horrid sound if you could route it through... and most games wouldtn work with it because there are no drivers
 

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i have a Dell Optiplex 755 that i have done a clean install of Windows 7 on.all is working OK, but i am having an audio problem.I installed the Vista audio drivers for this model from the Dell website and the audio appears to be OK (windows detects it and gives volume control).however i was expecting to hear sound from the internal speaker, but i get no sound at all.
should i be able to get sound from the internal speaker?

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Dear Tech Support Guy Forums,

I am having a problem where my computer cuts out and turns off, and refuses to boot. When I attempt to boot it, the internal speaker plays a high-pitched warble.

A more descriptive account follows:

Here's what happened yesterday: The computer was on for about 7+ hours straight. I left it on while I was out at classes and such. I was playing a game and listening to some music until about 2AM. The display cut out, my computer turned off, and the internal speaker started beeping. Now, it wasn't regular, deliberate beeps with pauses or anything. It was more like a square-wave, or a warble. High pitched. I tried turning the computer off, and then back on, but every time I tried, the computer didn't even go through booting, and the warble/alarm started again. Fans reved up, screen stayed dark.

Since I was going to sleep anyway, I left the computer off, turned off the monitor and everyhing, etc.

Here's what happened today: This morning, I was absolutely groggy and had forgotten about the problem. I booted up my computer to check my e-mail, and it worked just fine. The fans were much louder than usual when they started up, but they slowed down to normal speeds and the computer ran just fine.

I started a virus scan (AVG, updated recently) and ran off to classes. The scan came up clean and the computer ran with no problems from the morning I turned it on, to about an hour ago (9 AM - 12 AM).

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A:Unable to boot, internal speaker blares.

mmm. quite a problem you have there. i sound like it can be one of a few problems. such as over heating, power supply is dying or graphics card problems. have you checked that your computer is not over heating and that your PSU is not dying. on some motherboards you can find this information out by entering the cmos and looking for system information or something along those lines. you may also want to have a look at trying a different psu if you have one laying around
 

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Hi everyone!
I found that my laptop?s left internal speaker physically damaged - torn membranes (Satellite M100-222). May be long usage time? over seven years?
I want to replace it. I need advice & replace instruction. Please:
Is it compatible with model M100-222? I mean, yes? So, what is expert?s opinion?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Toshiba-Satellite-M100-Left-and-Right-Speaker-Set-/380817307026?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item58aa7a f592#viTabs_0

http://www.pchub.com/uph/laptop/77-47512-21829/Toshiba-Satellite-M100-Series-Speaker-Set.html

A:Satellite M100-222 - damaged internal speaker

I?m not some expert but I think you found the right speakers.
Every of them is fixed with one screw but you will see this when you disassemble your notebook.

Please do it carefully and if you need some help let us know.

Or maybe you know someone who can do this for you?

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I have a similar problem to previous post, 28-Oct-14, title: "Headphones not being recognized correctly or playing sound". This is on my friend's Toshiba laptop, Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit, and the Dell headphones used to work (they are not currently detected by Windows). The same headphones work fine on my desktop computer. I don't have access to his laptop except when at the library, where his WiFi signal is poor. I'm writing this at home after verifying the headphones work on my computer. This problem seems to be fixable, I am hoping. Thanks.

A:Headphones not detected, internal speaker works

Hard to troubleshoot. As a guess, I would suspect a problem with the headphone jack or the internal wiring as many I/O jacks are on a small circuit board that is connected to the main motherboard.

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