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Speaker works only in one

Hola, ive had my speakers for about a year now, and now the subwoofer and right speaker doesnt work, my left one does though... i ran tests, and everything worked excpet a thing called direct sound, ive checked all the hardware, and made sure everything is plugged in right. it is, i have noticed that the new wireless made a popping sound in my speakers whenever i turned it on, could this have killed my speakers? and if so why only a and the subwoofer?

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  • somrandomdud Oct 08, 2008

    i had just bought a brand new graphics card, along with a new more powerful power supply, all the cords are also attached to the speakers and such

  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    I have the exact same problem. Does anyone have a fix yet?

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No, i don't think so, but probably you audio was disconnected
Check the sound properties on control panel.
Check back connections, the power of your speakers. (bad power supply - replace)
Check your speakers on another computer

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