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Asending sound My old Dell crashed so I bought a new Optiplex 755. I decided to use my old harman/kardon woofer and speakers. I hooked them up and there is a asending sound overiding the other sound. Basicly making them useless. any Ideas? thanks

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Dear sir

it's sound setting given in to sound control panel may be it's set to holl or equalizar is set miss match and chek yr sound pin which connected is proper or not otherwise just put a wizard given in control panel or chek yr sound drviers it;s help u...:)

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