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Speaker problem i recently bought an hp a6100y desktop computer, and i have managed to get everything installed, but i can't get sound to come out of my speakers. i've plugged headphones into the port and sound comes out, and i've checked the volume and hardware set-up and it says the speakers are working.

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  • Kate Kane Feb 23, 2008

    I have same issue however I know there should be nothing wrong with my speakers...I have just replaced my computer and my speakers worked just fine with the last computer. My issue is I cannot disable the sound from the tower and I cannot get sound from my speakers ... my PC says my speakers are working.

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Hi, Assuming that the speaker is plug in to the PC and power is also applied to the speaker - If the PC sounds comes out of the headset but not on the speakers, then the speakers are defective. Being new/recently bought, your best course of action would be to bring the unit back for replacement or at least the speakers since trying to repair it would void the warranty. Please remember to bring proof of purchase, warranty card or whatever document(s) are required for this sort of complaint. Good luck and kind regards.

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