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My three front speakers stoped working

My hole system was working fine, i was running a metronome program and all the speakers were working fine, i went into my sound managment program that tests the speakers to make sure if there running by making each speaker put out a short sound. i did this wile the metronome was running, i tested the speaker and then a window poped up that said something about the midi. now my three front speakers wont work they are on and make sound when windows starts but thats the only time, and non of the speakers will work when i run a music program.

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Re: my three front speakers stoped working

viously something reset itself. Do a systerm restore back to a date when everything was working--that should fix you up simplest.

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