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I'm not sure I understand your question but, if you have an external DVD player, they probably will not work with it because you can't hook to the speakers directly. On the other hand, if you have a DVD player in your PC and your PC is capable, you can play DVD's through your PC. You may need software and if you want to play Bluray, you would need a Bluray player for your PC that, you may be able to add if your PC has an empty slotor, you could purchase an external USB player which will do either. Please clarify what you are trying to do. Thanks, Dave
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..
Nothing is wrong. Most computers automatically turn off the internal seakers after the external seakers are connected. Go to cntrol pannel and see what you can do under audio options or some such equivelent. Check back with more problems,
hope this helped/helps.
Either way you should be fine. Notebooks have the proper connectors to hook up an external speaker system to them. Just hook up the 1/8" connector with the green end to the green 1/8" female audio port and you're set to go.
if they are external speakers you dont need an installation disc. make sure that they are plugged into the correct port for external speakers then make sure that the computer is not muted and that the volume is turned up both on the speakers and the computer. beyond that you will have to look at the audio card in the computer as the source of the problem