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No Sound We have a system running on Windows XP that we just recently hooked up the Speaker System to after 4 years. When they are plugged in, I know there is power because we can hear the woofer 'pop'. There is absolutely no sound from computer chimes, a music CD in the drive or from online Sirius. Could we have lost something within the computer that is needed for sound? How can we check? Been thru the System stuff and nothing has any ! marks for warning signs of hardware not working.

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  • JimSam Dec 17, 2007

    I bought a new computer since 2 month. (xps quad core) with vista business edition. I plugged in my old speaker and everything was OK. But today I bought new speaker Creative Inspire T3100 and I plugged them in. I can't hear any sound .... nothing. Please help me !!! I have SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC.



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Make sure you plug into the GREEN speaker port on the PC.If using a digital connection,try going back to analog.The difference is almost non-existent,and much less hassle.

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