Actually, listening to that guy would be it's own problem.
If the car starts then it's not the contacts in the starter. If it runs and stalls it's not the contacts in the starter. It's really too bad the previous know-it-all couldn't read.
To accurately answer your question more information is required i.e. Year/model/trans./conditions underwhich problem occurs.
probs a mechanical problem
Go to Control Panel and double click on "sound". Click the "sounds" tab.
click start> run> then type dxdiag, then press enter, then click on the sound tab.....
If you are using Windows, go to start / settings / control panel. Click the sound icon. Click the sound tab and change the "New Mail Notification."
Go to the Start MenuClick Control PanelClick Hardware and SoundClick Device Manager
Go to control panel, double click on Sounds and Audio Devices, then click on the Sounds tab. Scroll down until you find the "Start Windows", click it, click browse, and then select the sound you want as your startup noise, then click ok
Click Start, then Devices and Printers from the pop-up start-menu !An alternative way is to click Start, then Control Panel, then Hardware and Sound, then Devices and Printers
1. Display the slide to which you want to add music or sound effects. 2. On the Insert menu, point to Movies and Sounds, and then do as following: Click Sound from File, locate the folder that contains the file that you want, and then double-click the file. 3. Double-click the sound file that you want to insert. 4. When a message is displayed, do one of the following: To play the music or sound automatically when you go to the slide, click Automatically. To play the music or sound only when you click the sound icon, click When Clicked. After these step, you music is added to PowerPoint.1. Display the slide to which you want to add music or sound effects. 2. Click Insert -> Movies and Sounds -> Sound from File, locate the folder that contains the sound file that you want, and then double-click the sound file. 3. In the succeeding dialog box which says "How do you want the sound to start in the slide show", do one of the following: Click "Automatically" if you want to play the sound automatically when you go to the slide Click "When Clicked" if you want to play the sound when you click the sound icon.
Windows Vista: To update the sound card driver, follow these steps: 1 Click "Start", click "Control Panel", then double-click "System." (2) Click "Device Manager." If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or click "Continue." 3 Expand the "Sound, video and game controllers." Double-click the sound card, and then click the "Driver" tab. 5 Click "Update Driver Software." 6 accordance with the "Update Driver Software Wizard" update the sound card drivers.
If the oil is low in your car, it can eventually cause your car to stall and not start. It can also kill your engine.
Maybe a throttle positioning sensor? Is it hard to start? Does it start then stall?
battery is low. get a boost or charge the battery.
There is a simple way to make your PC talk during Start Up & Shutsdown like a human.But for a Robotic Sound you may need a special sotware to do it.But for now,we only use the built in software on Windows XP.First you need to record your voice using Sound Recorder built in Windows XP.There you can record your own voice whatever you wanted it,then SAVE it as WAV file.Then go to Start/controlpanel then double cliick on Sound & Device Icon,then click on Sound Tab,then browse on the Program Events,there click on Start Navigation,browse on pop up table & click on Windows start up,you may play its default to hear how it was sound like. Or there Click Browse,locate the the sound File you created before,then open it,& click play if its alright,then Click APPLY.And that's it,everytime you Start-up you may hear the recorded sound you made,Same Procedures apply on how to set up PC talk during Shuts down,also for all the rest of Windows Events you wanted to modify its sound.
If you have sound card driver CD-ROM, CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive first. Right-click 'My Computer'---- properties ---- ---- hardware ---- Double-click Device Manager? (!) Device (sound card) ---- Click on the 're-install the driver'---- select' only this time 'and click' Next'---- select 'CD-ROM drive' and click 'Next' ---- start Installation to complete the installation. If the sound card driver is missing, your personal computer's sound equipment will not work.
If a truck makes a clicking sound and won't start, the battery maybe dead. The battery should be charged with jumper cables and another vehicle.
You Cant!!!!!! hey wait, click on start on your menu screen on computer and click control panel then click sound settings then click speech then type in something and click preview voice its so funny
In the bathroom you might hear the sound of a zipper. It starts with the letter z.
You should go to control panel, click sounds, scroll down to Start Windows, aka windows startup sound, then click browse and find a sound that works This works for Xp and 7 I'm not sure how you change the startup sound in Windows Vista or 2000
how does it stall if it wont start?
Well, you'd start by opening your main menu. There'd be a sound menu, usually called sound recorder. You'd click on that, then you'd follow the easy steps (usually explained; click help.) and you then can record yourself.
Starting to hate that annoying default login sound? Changing it is easy: Click the Start button in the bottom left of your computer screen. Click control panel. Click Sounds and Audio Devices. Then click Sounds. Here you can change just about any sound made by Windows!
no it won't
Click Start>Control Panel>Sounds>Change System Sounds
1. On the slide, click Insert to pick the Sound drop-down list on the very right below the tab. Select Sound from File in the list and choose the specified sound track from your hard drive. 2. Click OK and a message prompts, saying How do you want the sound to start in the slide show? Click Automatically. 3. Now click the sound icon to display the Options tab. Click on the tab, and set Play across slides for Play Sound. At the moment, it is time for you to play the entire slide show while enjoying this pleasant sound score. For more PowerPoint tips, please view the related link bellow.