Question about Logitech R-10 Computer Speakers
Um, that sounds like a sound card drivers problem more than the speakers theirselves. Can you try connecting any other source of audio to the speakers, like a Mp3 player, a walkman, a diskman ? Those portable players have the same audio output connections than a PC's standard sound card, a 1/8 mini stereo plug. If it works fine this way, it's a sound card drivers issue. Now if it's so, what i'd suggest you to do, is to check which sound card you got, and to reinstall or update the drivers for the device. I can help you with that part too, keep me posted on the status. Thanks, cheebster :)
Posted on Jun 24, 2007
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