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Problem with speakers

My speakers doesn't work when I connect it to my pc, but when i tried to connect them to other system they are working. what's the problem with my speakers.

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Is it creative 5.1 speaker, then you have buy creative 5.1 sound card install and drivers also and check it
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Reinstall the audio drivers...

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