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if im understanding correctly what you wrote. you hooked up the headunit to the car and no sound from speakers, then you hooked up a single house speaker up and that speaker works fine. the Ohms on the car speakers might be too high, but most likely sounds like the wires to the speakers are bad.
Most of the time that problem is that they are plugged into the wrong port. Make sure that they are plugged into the green port on the PC or the one with a logo of sound waves with an arrow going towards the center or simply a speaker logo.
1st make sure your amp is coming on. Use another speaker that you have heard play to test it.
Next test the woofer with a 9 to 15 volt battery. Touch the battery leads quickly across the + and - on one side at a time. The speaker should move and make a pop on both voice coils.
If the amp plays and speakers play, then you need to know the power rating and impedence stability of both amp and speakers. That will determine how they are wired up.
It should be having onboard sound card, check from Bio's setup whether the Audio is ON. also check in control panel sound and media devices and check the volume maybe it's very very low or on mute. Also try with other speakers