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Speakers wont work

We moved and the computer was the last thing we moved, we were very careful, we only moved 8 miles away. When we plugged the speakers back in, they wont work! We have a cisnet ZT its only about 3 yrs old. Can anyone help? We have tried everything,

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Check the audio driver, install it again.

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