Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Make sure the speakers have electric power connected and the power light is on for at least one speaker. Make sure the volume on the speaker control is at least half way up.
Make sure your volume in Windows is at least halfway up and not muted.
Unplug the speaker jack and re-plug it firmly into the hole you just removed it from. Test for sound.
If no sound, unplug and try another hole of the same size on the back of the computer and test for sound. Continue testing until you have tried every hole the jack will fit into. One of them will very likely work.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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