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NO SOUND FROM MY RIGHT SPEAKER Z4

REALTEK SHOW AS THE AUDIO MANAGER. I SEE NOTHING FOR THE LOGITECH Z4 SPEAKERS. I RAN TEST AND IT VERIFIES THAT THERE IS NO SOUND.

I THINK I NEED THE CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS SINCE I CAN NOT FIND MINE.

PLEASE HELP.

THANKS.

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  • John D John Jan 24, 2009

    my right speaker make a voice, but its only a bit, and after i change the cable to the other speaker same problem happens. can anybodyu helllpp

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Open
Startmenu->control panel->sound and audio devices
Do you see a window which says "no audio devices installed" ?

  • If yes then its a driver problem, you need to install audio driver for your PC.
  • if no then, click on "Speaker volume button" below, then click "restore defaults" button.
This should fix the problem.
Otherwise I would suggest some more.

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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