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Have you configured the sound output in Control Panel / Sounds to accept the speakers as output, checked the line out volume is not set to mute and that the green cable (line out) from the speakers goes to the green socket on the mobo?
Also, have you tested speakers in another computer r laptop and your computer with a different set of speakers?
Hi, have you tried any speakers on your computer before if yes and these speakers you bought are not working even you turned the volume up they may be faulty, else it may be a cable problem, jack has not been connected at the right place or the sound driver is not installed on your computer. try to check if all is OK or even check the speaker by connecting it to an mp3 or any device using this type of jack if it is playing the problem may be on your computer. hope that this will help and don't hesitate to contact me and don't forget to rate.
There can be any of the two problem. When you play a sound file, if it shows an error message, try reinstalling Audio driver. If it shows like playing and if there is no sound from the speaker problem, then it is a speaker problem.
You need to visit the logitech web support page and download the driver for your model number at www.logitech.com allow it to install and then restart your PC.
If this fails to sort it out try going:Control Panel>Hardware & Devices>Device Manager you may see a yellow triangle at sound controlers, right click it then click Drivers [tab] then click "update driver"
Restart you PC
Check all conections are good
Try a different set of speakers to see if the fualt is with the speakers or your computer.
to philipyork: the speakers never will be detected in your pc, the hardware (plug and play) is the only detected for the computer, if u have a message saying no device sound then will be the audio card.
If it is a desktop then you need to purchase speakers & if a laptop then 90% there would beinbuilt speakers.
Before anything check if the sound is working on the system
Double Click on the speaker icon on the right bottom of the screen>>make sure in none of the mute boxes should be checked>>Now try to play any audio >> this can be tested by playing a song on the system
click the pearl sign on the left bottom>>click programmes>>Click windows media player>>put a cd and try playing it>>Play a file>>
Sort of confused a bit I understand you buying a new system you say the sound does not come out the rear and centre speakers does the sound come out of any spearkers other than the two you mention if it is then your wirings are wrong if the sound is not coming out of any speakers then its the sound card BUT you will know this immediately you disconnect that system. The sound would be coming out of the laptop ordinaryly? which is it?
Liamog, i bought the exact same speakers and sound card, and i had the exact same problem as you. I tried for days to fix it and it turns out that its only a setting you have to enable in your sound card settigns. If you go into your EAX console for your creative sound card you will find a thing that sams CMSS 3D, and all you have to do is select the button that says Enable CMSS 3d surround.
I hope this will fix your problem.