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Here is the solution for you.Please follow the below steps and fix your problem.
1 . Click on the "Start" globe or button and then the "Control Panel" label. The Control Panel main screen will display on your monitor. Click on the "Hardware and Sound" link.
2 . Click the "Manage Audio Devices" link in the "Sound" section on the Control Panel screen. The "Sound" configuration window will then open.
3 . Click the "Speakers" label under the "Playback" tab. Click the "Configure" button to open the "Speaker Setup" configuration window and select the "Stereo" option. Click the "Next" button.
4 . Enable the "Front Left and Right" option box by clicking the check box. Once the check mark appears in the box, click both small speaker icons to test the sound from the speakers. You should hear sound from the two right speakers when you click the speaker icon labeled "R," and the two speakers on the left should produce sound when you click the icon labeled "L."
5 . Click the "Next" button and then the "Finish" button to complete the speaker setup.
6 . Adjust the volume by clicking on the speaker icon near the time and date area in the task bar. Use the slider control to adjust the volume to the desired level.
If you are using Sound Blaster, go into "All Programs" and open the "Creative File" and then the "Audio Console", left click the "CMSS 3D" tab, under the "CMSS Modes" click on the selection box and select "CMSS". They should start working at once.
1. Check that your computer has not "muted" the sound.
2. Check that the audio-cable from the speakers is connected to the "line-out" (green) connector on your computer.
3. Check that the speakers are getting power.
4. Try connecting the speakers to the audio output from an iPod.
They may be "quiet", but, at 100%, you should hear something.
5. Start -> Control Panel -> Classic View -> System -> Hardware
to see that the correct software "drivers" for your sound-card are installed.
6. Check that your music-player (Windows Media Player, iTunes, WinAmp, et cetera) is not "muted" or at less than 5% volume.
Hi, 1.click Start -> Run … enter:services.msc 2. Click OK, a services window will appear, scroll to windows Audio, double click 3. Windows Audio Properties will appear. Change startup type to “Automatic 4. First click Apply, then click on start to start the service
the surround sound speakers plug into the rear of the computer with three plugs. an adapter comes with it to plug those three into one green plug. if you plug that green plug in, the rear and center speakers should work, although i don't know if the surround sound will work correctly but you should get sound
You did make sure that the speakers are plugged into the green audio connections, in the back of your computer, right? If so, try this, go to your control panel and double click Sounds and Audio Devices. Under speaker settings, go to Advanced and check to see if its set for desktop speakers. Also, in control panel, go to Sound Effects Manager and do a speaker test and see if they work. Hopefully this will help.