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Computer and speakers are not interacting. The power is OK, connection to computer is Ok and I can not her sound.

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    New problen? Just started out of the blue,or started after somethng changed? If so , what changed?   PS sound is not on the Video card?

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Verify that the audio card is in the Device Manager list and has NO conflicts. If it is in the list with NO conflicts, verify that the cord from the speakers is in the correct output on the audio card (typically GREEN output). If you DO NOT see the audio card in the Device Manager list or it has some type of symbol ( ? or ! ) next to it, try restarting the PC and enter the SETUP menu (or BIOS). Go to integrated peripherals and check to see if the on-board audio is enabled/disabled (if you have a motherboard with on-board audio, and no other audio expansion cards in the system, this option should be enabled, and just the opposite if there is an expansion audio card). Save and exit, let system boot up. You should now be able to see the device in the Device Manager. Next open SOUNDS AND AUDIO DEVICES in the CONTROL PANEL, and verify that there is a bound sound device to the system. Reinstall drivers and restart (if you bought this PC from a manufacturer, there should be a disc with these drivers on it) . If none of this works, you may need a new audio card.

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