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No sounds on my speakers

I have ms need help as iam home alot .Miss my sound from my speakers.My speakers are logitech .r-10 iam a computer dummy. I tried every thing.Thanks ever so much . flo

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1. Power to the speakers (make sure they are plugged in!)
2. Make sure the speaker line is plugged into the correct port on your sound card. The connector should be green and possible the port will be green to.
3. Double click the little speaker in the bottom right of the screen (assuming you are using XP/VISTA) and make sure nothing is muted.

Post back with your results.

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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