The Windows Audio Service
has stopped working.
Just to be technical I would open an elevated command prompt and enter: net start AudioSrv
And that would get all your sounds back. If not, did your speakers come loose from the audio jack or what?
Is your speakers getting power (check the wall socket + power jack in the speakers)?
How about muting, like johnsmith45jock suggested?
Is there any problems with Device Manager (any yellow triangles)?
Some speakers take batteries. Depending on the type of speakers and setup, you may need to replace the batteries or simply plug them into a charger.
Always handle batteries with care.
- Don't mix old and new batteries
- Don't mix batteries of different types
- Do not recharge alkaline batteries
- Do not dispose batteries in a fire
- Don't dismantle batteries
- The electrolytes of the batteries are highly corrosive and could hurt you or damage the sound equipment. Should some of the electrolyte get on you, simply wash with soap and water.
- If you're using rechargeable batteries, ensure that you're not over-charging them as you could damage the equipment, get injured or start a fire.