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Howdy. Those speakers do not require drivers. Your speaker set up is dealt with in audio set up in most versions of windows and most Macs. Almost all speakers are plug and play now. If you are having audio issues, it is usually the sound card or sound drivers. To check for sound issues, you can use a sat of headphones to test the audio connection, it helps isolate the issue to either the speakers or the computer. If you still run into trouble, check back and we will get you going somehow:) Good luck.
Go on this site and click the button download your free manual just enter the security code to the box and download the User Manual of Your laptop.. This will help and guide you where to install the external speaker..
the speakers should have a stereo jack on a wire which would be the out put, if it is a surround sound speaker system then it most likely will have a few wires, if your computer has only one stereo jack input then the green cable would be the one you would connect in most cases, if it has 3 or 6 then you would follow the colour on the jacks and match them up with the input on your computer. if you have done all this and doesnt work check if there is audio icon in the bottom left task bar and if you can use other speakers, if you can everthing should work, if not then check for drivers online.
First Insure that the plugs are in the proper ports of the computer. Second, go to Control Panel>System>Hardware>Device Manager, Look up to see that the Audio Drivers are functioning Properly. If not, then you will need to search and download the proper drivers for the Audio Device you have, Whether its on board audio, or a PCI Card, you will need to insure that you have the right drivers for it. If you have more information about the type of Audio Device for your computer, please respond with that information and I can troubleshoot with more detail.