Looking for an assistance to configure asus volume osd

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Hello experts! I borrowed my sister’s Asus laptop and I figure out that something is wrong with its sound.  The speakers on its monitor is not functioning.  I am not so good in troubleshooting computers and I’m kind of confused on what to do.  Please assist me on how to configure Asus volume osd.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #147006

Looking for an assistance to configure asus volume osd

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Hi Nicole,

 

So first things first, the speakers can be disabled/enabled from the volume control panel of your operating system. If you are using a windows 7 computer the speaker icon is in the system tray. If you right click the icon it will give you “Open Volume mixer” as one of the options. You have to make sure that the speaker is not muted nor disabled. If the Speaker is disabled you will find a red x on the icon. If it’s not disabled nor muted then you can test the speaker.

 

–          Right Click Speaker Icon

–          Go to Playback devices

–          Under playback Tab look for your speaker.

–          Right click.

–          Click “Test”

If the test won’t work then there might be some driver issue with your speaker. You may try to update the drivers as your first option. Keep us posted!

 

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Looking for an assistance to configure asus volume osd

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Alternatively, you can run a simple test first to isolate if this is a hardware or a software problem. If you have known good external speakers or earphones available, try connecting it to the laptop and play some music. If you hear music on your speakers, then it means your volume settings are fine and your sound card is working. Otherwise, if you don’t hear any sound as well on the earphones/external speakers, then proceed on doing the steps above provided by Caldwell.

As for the steps on how to configure Asus volume OSD. Just go to Menu >  System Setup > Volume > and from there you’d be able to adjust the volume.  

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