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The BA735 system used to come with some models of Gateway computers as part of the package. Unfortunately, they are a digital speaker and had to be used with the sound card provided so they would work. They won't work with the analog output that most computers provide. No special driver software is necessary, but you need a digital output from the computer.
Depending on the sound circuitry of the new computer, digital output may be available. Some higher-end systems with integrated sound may offer it, and it's often available on expansion audio boards that you can install in desktop systems. Check the audio settings menu in your system to see if digital output is provided.
These speakers sounded pretty good. Several times when people who had these systems upgraded, I installed the sound card from their old Gateways into the new computer so they could keep using the speakers. That doesn't work with the latest versions of Windows, though, because the hardware isn't compatible. But if you can find a digital audio source they'll still work for you.
First, speakers don't have drivers (although one of the names used for a speaker is a driver.) Sound cards have drivers.
Inspire T5900 MF4045 Speakers Do Not Require Drivers/Applications to Work (Non-USB Speakers)
Creative speakers do not need to be installed at all as they can be plugged in to a device and ready to be used straight away.
Desktop speakers are designed to function with most sound cards
the use of any drivers. As such, there are no drivers necessary
speakers to function as they were designed. The sound card or
which the speakers are plugged into may require drivers and/or
to work. Ensure that your speaker is connected to your sound
card's audio out and that your sound card is configured properly to
output sound. Please contact the sound card manufacturer for driver
Check the "Device Manager" -> Sound,video and game controllers just to see your sound device is properly installed.
To get the sound you have to install the sound drivers correctly and plug your speakers to the correct sound output. If your sound is HD, you have the install "Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio" drivers first before installing the sound drivers.
Have you tried reinstalling the sound driver? if not, click on start, then click on search. type in device manager, then press enter. click the arrow next to sound, video and game controllers. Double click on High Definition Audio device, if it says that the drivers are not installed, click on install drivers. hope this would help.
windows key + R = open : devmgmt.msc Sounds, video and game controlers > (right click) Realtek high definition audio > update driver sofware > browse my computer for driver software > let me pick from a list...> double click on Realtek high definition audio > YES to update driver warning > AND SWEET SOUND IS AUDIBLE :D
The reason for the message will be the fact that windows doesnt recognise that there is a sound device available because the driver for your sound card or onboard sound is not built into XP and therefore you will have to find out what make of audio you have and install the relevant driver.