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Computer speakers Everything on my computer sounds like it is running at high speed. Everyone sounds like mini mouse what do I do.

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You might have to slow down the speed/tempo of your speakers by going to the start menu, click on the settings button, click on control panel, and click on the sounds and audio devices and set the tempo to normal.

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My multimedia speaker doesn't work. has no sound. could it be the wiring harness?

First Check that your speakers are powered on. On your desktop go onto your bottom task bar to the right far end and open the arrow which shows you a speaker sign. click on the speaker sign it will open up and show you the audio device that is in your computer. Check that all volumes and speakers are on, check that the speakers and controls are not muted. If everything is okay here then go to the next step.

Then go to your computer desktop and check on 'My Computer' right click on your mouse go to 'properties' the 'systems properties' dialog box opens up then you go to 'hardware' panel and click on it then press on 'Device manager' button. You will see a whole list of the devices in your computer. go to Sound, video and game controllers click on the + sign to open it if it's not already open. Check on the speaker signs you should some drivers and devices something like Realtek High Def audio. if there is a question mark on any of the devices then it means that the device drivers are not loaded. Look for the drivers and load them.

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Right speaker stopped working?

This is a very frequent case and it is not rare.
These speakers usually are not that much of a high quality, so the chances that these speakers (or one of them) will stop working is very high.
First of all, to check that hte speaker isn't corrupted, try making sure that all the necessary cables are properly put in their places:
Check that the two speakers are connected to each other (usually a cable coming out of the back of the speakers).

Secondly, check that your computer has not muted the right speaker:
Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Sound and Audio Devices -> Click "Speaker Volume..." button under the Speaker Settings frame -> Set all volumes to the max (Drag the slider with the mouse to the high right)

If none of the solutions worked, then there's a 99% chance that the right speaker has been corrupted or is malfunctioned. If so, I recommend buying a higher quality set of speakers.

Good luck.

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Everything coming through my computer speakers sounds high, like elves are speaking. I have insignia speakers.

Try adjusting the equaliser settings in ur system. Then check with ur speaker volume! Also keep the volume in moderate level. That will sound good wen compared to sound at high levels

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Under Windows XP, click Start
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Check to see if the speaker s are plugged into the GREEN jack on the back of the computer.
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Yes, Niera, you have to update, the sound drivers, and see on BIOS if something is disable on sound. other than that is posible a a speaker problem.

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This is possibly a sound card issue. Your card may itself may need updated drivers. Go into device manager and find your sound card and see if they have any updated drivers from there website. If you happen to have another sound card throw it in and see if it does the same thing. Last but not least is these speakers will work with a MP3 or other device, plug into them and see how it sounds, if your having the same problem with lets say a cd player or mp3 then the speaker itself is faulty.

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