Also, from the control panel, click Sound, double click Speakers and Headphones, click on the Enhancement tab and put a tick in the Loudness Equalization box. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. You need to make sure the PC audio is working, volume is turned up, and not muted – test with headphones using the exact same port on the PC that you are connecting the monitor to – the lime green port on the back. So what you do is, if you want to use the monitor speakers for sound playback take one of that green audio stereo cable plug in the back of the monitor in the audio in port make sure it’s in all the way properly and then plug the other end of it in the back of the computer into the green round color coated doughnut. I’m having this same problem with my new m monitor – no audio!
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Asia Pacific and Oceania. I have checked and rechecked that I’m plugged into the right jack, cables are connected, etc. I also have the m monitor and have the green cord plugged in, but there is still no sound. Message 9 of Didn’t find what you were looking for?
Is that connection fully seated on both ends – from the monitor to the back of the PC.
soud HP m speakers not working Ugh, I switched from Vista to 7 and now my built-in monitor speakers aren’t working. It’s good for the community and I might not be able to get back quickly.
Find More Posts by bassfisher Hope this helps someone understand better. Adjust the volume higher from Windows on the computer. So what you do is, if you want to use the monitor speakers for sound playback take one of that green audio stereo cable plug in the back of the monitor in the audio in port make sure it’s in all the way properly and then plug the other end of it in the back of the computer into the green round color coated doughnut.
Any other setup required? I’d much appreciate it!
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The 1st thought was update drivers, but you said you had done that. I tried a few things in a attempt to solve it such as: Again, it plugs into the back of PC. After this is setup make sure that Speakers is the default playback device in the audio properties in Control Panel. Message 5 of Also if you monitor didn’t come with a green stereo audio cable either 1 your monitor ph2009m have integrated speakers in it or 2 it should of came with it but wasn’t in the package for some reason.
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Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. Message 8 of Message 2 of Note on archived hp22009m. Please let me know if there is anything else I should do, thank you!! If the volume is still low, continue with this procedure.
If your monitor does not have built-in speakers, then you will need to connect an audio cable to an external speaker system to hear sound. Please help, I’m going a little batty. Close the software program you are using that is missing sound. Can anyone tell me if there is something I can do with it, or do you think I’ve had some sort of break-down with the speakers? Yes, disabled devices are showing. You can do a couple things but this depends on your setup. Glad we could help, good job A Guy.