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Jbl stopped working - ok for 'n' years - lights on but will not play --any ideas-- leads checked solid - Realtech board

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Realtek Sound Card is very much compatible with windows 7 ans let me inform you that Realtek is all time including compatibility with jbl media acoustic research based organization and there is no conflict yet with microsoft based platform and softwares What might have happened is either there is infection in system that you may cure by running 3 aplications 1trojan remover,combo fix and malawarebytes ---these are free and safe Next stage is to check the driver compatibility and suggested solution that is a default solution by windows 7 if you dont find any just browse the device manager in control panel and see that your sound card does not have any yellow highlight or red cross on it If you find any download the compatible drivers from the manufacturers website Thanks And Regards Kindly rate this solution

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SOURCE: w4e were given jbl speakers

You should not require an drivers. The speakers should just plug in an work. Note that almost all computer speakers need external power to get an volume out of them. Some may output a whisper without power but most just remain silent. The output of most audio cards in computers are designed to drive mini headphones like an iPod or other MP3 player.

If you are having a problem with the speakers, please explain in detail the problem.

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