Internal speaker help?

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Episode3WillSuck

I recently install one of my favorite classic games, Earl Weaver Baseball
(1989) into my PC. The first thing I noticed when I launched the game was
that it had no sound. I went down to my mom's IBM downstairs (P4, XP Home)
where I had successfully played it before to check it out. And apparently
the sounds from the game aren't coming from her speakers, but from inside
the tower itself.

I'm a little confused by this. Is there a way to build a speaker into a
tower?
 
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Jan Alter

There may actually be a tiny speaker on the motherboard that takes the place
of an add on speaker that used to attach to the case. The program was
obviously written with sound that would utilize the computer's internal
speaker.
 
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Hamman

Episode3WillSuck said:
I recently install one of my favorite classic games, Earl Weaver Baseball
(1989) into my PC. The first thing I noticed when I launched the game was
that it had no sound. I went down to my mom's IBM downstairs (P4, XP Home)
where I had successfully played it before to check it out. And apparently
the sounds from the game aren't coming from her speakers, but from inside
the tower itself.

I'm a little confused by this. Is there a way to build a speaker into a
tower?
Look on your motherboard [or the manual] for the system speaker header. It
should be near to the front IO for LED's and switches etc. If the internal
speaker in yours isnt connected, attach the wires to the furthest of the
four pins.

hamman
 
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Gary Tait

I recently install one of my favorite classic games, Earl Weaver Baseball
(1989) into my PC. The first thing I noticed when I launched the game was
that it had no sound. I went down to my mom's IBM downstairs (P4, XP Home)
where I had successfully played it before to check it out. And apparently
the sounds from the game aren't coming from her speakers, but from inside
the tower itself.

I'm a little confused by this. Is there a way to build a speaker into a
tower?
PCs have an internal speaker connection, you can connect to that.
 

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