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make sure the power is hooked to the back of the monitor, and that the speakers are hooked into it. make sure it is switched on and volume is at 50% or higher. if it still doesnt work, try hooking an mp3 player to the speaker jack. if they work, its the computer. if it doesnt work, replace the speakers.
are you getting power out of the speakers? tried them elsewhere? maybe the port burned out on the board and an audio card maybe needed. try an audio card and see if that works and return to best buy (if you have one near you) if thats not the problem. you can try to reset your motherboard to default values? if the computer shows your drivers working properly then maybe its the speakers. ive seen tht happen to good speakers. its a bummer deal!
The speakers are not the sound device, the sound card is. You ust select the sound device that is installed in the computer. If you PC is a Dell, go to Support.dell.com and enter your service tag in the downloads section. download the latest audio driver for your PC and it should reset everything to the correct parameters.
It should be having onboard sound card, check from Bio's setup whether the Audio is ON. also check in control panel sound and media devices and check the volume maybe it's very very low or on mute. Also try with other speakers
well, some DELL models, have an internal audio, and it is cheap sound card, others have problems with this sound cards, and must be replace. or if you want to buy a PCI X-FI from creative, really Rocks the sound to a new level 5.1 surround sound, up to 7.1