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Aiwa active subwoofer computer speaker problem.

When installing my speaker system, I got the speaker cables the wrong way round, plus in minus, minus in plus. According to the manual, if you do this 'cd image will be lost'. Unfortunately, due to this error my system does not work, I get no sound at all. The computer does not recognise the system when it is plugged in, despite the fact It has a sound card installed. Has anyone got any ideas to get around this problem. Thanks.

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Re: Aiwa active subwoofer computer speaker problem.

Have u tried going to Aiwa and downloading the device drivers for the speakers and installing them.

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