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Logitech z-340 speakers

I bought these speakers but i cant seem to find a driver for it. Logitech website didnt have one..well i didnt see one..any links to one? Thanks.

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  • Lee1979 Jan 20, 2009

    I do not have sound. My computer had a different set of speakers with
    it, but now i have these so how do i get the speakers "registered" with
    this computer so the computer recognizes it? Hope you get what i mean.

  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    Thats what im trying to get, drivers for my sound card. The ones currently on it is for another set of speakers.

  • LIKETHISPADR Mar 01, 2009

    my speakers are not working. have troubleshooted and still not working

  • sim_sohi Apr 21, 2009

    i deleted the software accidentally and i cant find the software now and i can seem to find one on the net

  • Samuel Spell
    Samuel Spell May 11, 2010

    needed

  • Samuel Spell
    Samuel Spell May 11, 2010

    speaker drivers are not need only sound card drivers do you have sound?

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These speakers just plug into your sound output mini-jack. No "speaker" driver is required, just drivers for your sound card. I'll bet those are already installed.

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