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Computer stopped recognizing the speakers

I've had my speakers for 3 months and they've worked fine. Then a week ago they just suddenly completely stopped working. I can't even hear it w/ headphones. I've made sure that volume control settings are fine and that mute is unchecked. When I checked the Sound and Volume Settings on my Control Panel, the speakers listed were the old ones I had before these speakers. I've checked all the connections and tried unplugging the speakers multiple times, but nothing seems to work. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Computer stopped recognizing the speakers

Check the sound card system Can your hear through headphones for example?

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