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I am trying to use the iwave twins plug and play speakers on my hp desktop computer and i can hear them. i plug them up in every outlet on my monitor and i can hear them.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Computer won't start
Can you see a green light on located on the mother board ? I had the same problem with mine right after the warrranty was off, The mother board failed, But you should make sure thats it first by making sure everything Inside of the computer is tight and secure.Unplug and make sure there is no power on and unplugged,Before you touch anything inside your computer discharge any static electricity by touching the metal on the inside of the tower. The Memory modules Make sure that they are pushed in securely in there slots and video card is Pushed in and tight, and any other extras you may have plugged into it, After you do all that put everything back and try to reboot see if that get you up and going. If not let me know I can Help You fix it or repair it myself if you would like, just leave message here or email me. email@example.com Happy Holidays
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
SOURCE: trying to add speakers
The speaker system built into the monitor is configured that when a plug is inserted to headphone port, the speaker is mute. This is normal. (Consider when one wants to hear from a headphone, but not from the speaker, this is most user friendly configuration), same with sound system in a laptop/PC notebook. However, for some system it is configurable, please check your monitor manuals.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Plug in ONLY the regular wired speakers and ONLY to the green port on the back.
Make sure they are powered up and the volume is about half way.
Ok now you need to call up ether the sound card application or preferably the windows volume control from the bottom toolbar.
Click Open Volume Control.
A box with sliders in should appear. make sure that volume control, wave, sw synth, aux, cd player, line in
are all about half way and that none of them have ticks in the box at the bottom.
If any of those are missing click options then properties from the top left and put a tick besides any that were missing (nothing else)
Now close the slider box.
Put a normal music cd in your cd/dvd player on the computer and set it to play with windows media player.
You should now have sound out of the speakers.
Double check that EVERYTHING is ok.
If there is still no sound check the control panle for any hardware issues and rectify those
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
You might just need the power supply on your computer tower replaced. It is about $40, and not that hard to swap out. Most computer stores will test it for you for free too. If they test it and its good, then you might have further damage to your tower from the power problem, but the power supply would be the most likely problem
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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