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Hardware not found

Many thanks Noggin for your help just now. Downloaded the driver (it was not specifically for R-10 speakers though: does this matter?) Sadly it didn't work...the notice now says "hardware not found". The troubleshooting at Logitech (your second link) also doesn't address my issues. Any more ideas? many thanks!

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  • beklane76 Nov 11, 2008

    I cannot find hardware to download the driver for my windows xp computer - I have the R-10 Logitech speakers HELP

  • techie122 Nov 18, 2008

    I have the same problem. I followed the setup instructions. Connected the speakers to my sound-card, then plugged in the power extension cord, turned on the speakers, but nothing happened. Tried putting a music CD in and seeing if that would set things up, but nothing. Then tried to install the speakers manually with the XP hardware install wizard, but nothing. Any ideas with what I'm doing wrong??

  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2008

    I have the same problem. I followed the setup instructions

  • Carlamarie Dec 19, 2008

    Same problem, i re-installed xp but now the r-10 speakers don't work and i can't find drivers for them...they were working before the re-install...any ideas???



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Do you have any more part numbers or serial numbers on the speakers - there doesn't seem to be a "r10" that i can find - was hoping Z10 stuff might work. Let me know any more info you have and i will try again. :)

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