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the sub woofer green 1/8 inch plug goes into the audio card either the front or the back of the pc. the jack it plug into is normally the green one. the two speakers normally join together on one card and plug into the subwoofer. also look for a on/off know to the speakers for power. normally on one of the little speakers. make sure it is on.
Please check all the cords associated with the speakers (the one to the computer, the one to the power outlet, ect) and make sure they are all plugged in correctly. Next make sure you have turned the speakers on, I dont know how many times I have thought my speakers were bad and I had turned off the power to them. Next in the lower right corner there may be a speaker looking thing, double click it and make sure you are not muted (can also be found in control pannel (sound and audio devices). Next try in the control pannel, and sound and audio. Make sure the output is set properly. I have seen some computers set to a digital coax out, when plugged in with a standard mini jack. If this is the case change the digital coax to the analog mini jack. Also make sure that it is not selecting only the front port.
If your using windows 7 go to the volume control in the taskbar right click it and select playback devices then make sure the speakers are set as default by clicking the speakers and then click set as default.
try to hook the speakers to a different device like an ipod, etc, and try a different outlet for the power supply of the speaker if it does have one. also try a different speaker or even an earphone to your pc for you to know what really is causing the problem.
you have to go to your audio output setup (try to look for an audio-related icon on your taskbar - next to time display)
setup your audio output for 6 channel or 5.1channel output (depending on software)
follow on-screen description of where to plug in your speaker jacks - green, peach and black.
may be you have not installed the audio drivers.... if not then so install it & then try it will work.. if it is installed then check whether the audio cable from speakers to the cpu is correctly connected to audio jack in the cpu..(u must connect to green audio port) check whether the power supply of the speakers is given r not... check whether the power button of the speaker is on ....
if the same problem persists then there may be miscontact inside the speaker (if the speaker is showing green light when it is on means then there is no power supply cable problem else there may be power supply cable problem try changing it ) else may be the capacitor inside the speaker is gone if the problem persists then take the speakers to technician ....
Have you set the computer up for 4.1 speakers in the audio software?
Go to start control panel and click on sound's speech and audio device's, then click on sound's and audio device's.
A window should pop up with a load of menus at the top, click on the one that says volume.
Where it says speaker settings click on the advanced button.
Click on the menus until the picture lookslike your system you have.