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My pair comuter speakers work, and there pluged in right, but don't pay anything out of them.

The two side/subwofer works, but no sound comes out.
I just bought them.
their plugged in corret.
Their on!
the settings are on the two speakers and the subwofer!
Why does nothing come out?

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I assume you have told Windows about you new speakers ???
(Start, Settings, Control Panel, Sounds and Audio Devices = Volume tab, Speaker Settings box, Advanced button ...)

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