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I have a dell pc and I am not getting sound form the insignia 2.0 speakers.

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You did make sure that the speakers are plugged into the green audio connections, in the back of your computer, right? If so, try this, go to your control panel and double click Sounds and Audio Devices. Under speaker settings, go to Advanced and check to see if its set for desktop speakers. Also, in control panel, go to Sound Effects Manager and do a speaker test and see if they work. Hopefully this will help.

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You should try to update your sound drivers, and plug the speakers into the right sockets (green). make sure to set your sound card to the main sound output device.

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1. Try looking in the taskbar of the Windows screen and selecting the volume control ( a speaker icon) check the mixer see if the volume is not muted or in the "0" position
2.Check the "input port on the sound card where you connected the new speaker assembly.
3. Check the volume control knob on the speaker assembly to see if it is not in the off or lowest volume position.
4. Check the new speaker by connecting them to another computer that has the sound already on and working this will let you know that the speaker assembly is good.
6. check the sound card drivers to the internal sound card that is on the mother board if this is where your sound card is located. Use the "manager" to see if it is working properly. If not then do a "reinstall of the sound card drivers or use the "update feature in the hardware window for the sound card to install the latest version of sound card drivers.
I hope this helps. Have a great day!

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> try to check the settings from the sound properties

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insert the ear/head phone in backpanel sound pin (Green color),

1.if You can hear the sound in ear/Head phone,then the problem is in the speaker.replace the speakers

2.if You can't hear the sound in ear/Head phone,then the problem is in your system audio driver.So Down load the audio driver which is suitable for your system and install it.

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You don't need a driver for speakers. Plug them into the green receptor on your sound card or your sound port on your motherboard.

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