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I need the program to help me configure my speakers

I need the program to help me configure my audio speakers...

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  • Nigel Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi

    What type of speakers are they?

    What type of audio do you have in your PC? Any special card added?

    regards

    Nigel

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Okay, i'm having the same problem.. i have creative set.. i set them all up and tested they all test right, but when i play music it only comes through two. i have NO clue what to do PLEASE HELP.

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