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Speaker sound is very low

Hello, my speaker creative 2.1, is not working properly in my PC.
one of the speaker, which attached with woofer, is producing very low sound, and another speaker is performming very good, i'll check all the settings which are good, and the same speaker is producing good sound with other devices, it means speaker are in good condition, my motherboard is sis 650GX.
So please help me to solved out this problem.

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Santosh K. Sindhi

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Open the master volume control window by clicking the sound icon on the right hand side of your taskbar(near your clock).and check the balance is set to low for your speaker or not.try to set it at centre.

or try to update your sound driver.

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