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Speakers not recognised in Vista

Hi,
I recently upgraded to Vista Home Premium, and since then there's a problem with the speakers. The speakers themselves work, as they will work if I plug them into the headphones socket. But as I do alot of recording of music, I need them to work as they should and not through the headphone socket.
Any suggestions?
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Hi!!!!

try to check the audio driver
maybe it is not compatible with vista??
or download the latest driver for your audio

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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