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Windows 7: Right Channel Not Working !

19 Sep 2010   #21
anas malas

 

hi
dose that works??


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27 Sep 2010   #22
anas malas

 

hi what is the news
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07 Apr 2011   #23
pomrac

Windows 7 Home Premiun 64bit
 
 

I think I had the same problem.

- Front right surround speaker not working.
- Right headphone speaker not working.

Eventually I went to
Control Panel
>sound
>speakers>properties
>advanced

From there I changed the default format to:

24bit, 192000 Hz (studio quality)

My right speaker immediately started working again.
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07 Apr 2011   #24
Stratilatis

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pomrac View Post
I think I had the same problem.

- Front right surround speaker not working.
- Right headphone speaker not working.

Eventually I went to
Control Panel
>sound
>speakers>properties
>advanced

From there I changed the default format to:

24bit, 192000 Hz (studio quality)

My right speaker immediately started working again.
pomrac,it's a Bingo!..Finally!!!!
Well first of all i tried the option u listed me and unfortunately it didn't work but i thought it might be worth it give it a try testing each option and guess what,16 bit,44100 HZ (CD Quality) was the man.
i'd like to thank u alot for ur help as well as all the other members who participated in here.
i appreciate ur efforts all.
thank you!
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