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Driver might need to be reinstalled but to confirm this you should attach any other set of speakers of Headphones. However the driver or improper installization of windows xp usually causes this on getting updated. I'm not sure that what windows you are using therefore you can probably just check if the cables are pind in right sockets and that the Speackers are getting power. As far drivers are concerned the Speakers do not have any drivers but the sound card does, therefore if you have not installed the drivers of sound card you may install them now. This may solve the problem hope fully
The problem may be of many reasons. Some of them are :
- Bad cable
- Speaker not working properly
- speaker not connected properly
- Driver problem
Check that you have properly connected your speakers to your computer and also check for any cuts or bruises in the cable. Connect your speakers to any other device such as your phone or pmp to check whether the speaker is working. You must also update your sound drivers to the latest version. If the problem still persists you may have to get your motherboard repaired.
if your computer came with a motherboard disk the sound drivers could be on it control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers select appropriate speakers or audio you will find 3 drop down lists make the necessary adjustmentsthere or control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager,sound video and game controllers could be a yellow question mark? right click to re-install drivers hope this helps
CHECK YOUR SOUND CARD DRIVER FROM THE DEVICE MANAGER IN THE COMPUTER PROPERTIES, IF DRIVER IS INSTALLED CORRECTLY. if the driver is not installed buy a universal xp driver cd and install your drivers. IF THE SOUND DEVICE IS NOT AVAILABLE THEN UNPLUG YOUR SOUND CARD AND REPLUG IT WELL.
Ok Did you have sound on your previous speakers, if not, check your hardware manager and make sure you have the driver installed. You can check by going to open your volume control in the asseries from your start button.
Uninstall and reinstall the driver.
you go to device manager ->sound card-> right lick uninstall -> refresh-> it should auto find and install.
Computer sound. Check if speakers are working at another computer.. If so check that speakers mini jack are connected in right socket.(a dot with 3 brackets at 2 sides.) , should be a green socket fitted in a green female socket.. Still no sound install drivers and software that comes with motherboard, usually work 99%. There?s specific files needed for functionality depending on sound software that windows doesn?t have. If still no sound go to control panel, system,, hardware, device manager, sound video game controllers and uninstall all sound drivers. Reboot and let windows pickup up onboard sound and install drivers auto. if still no sound reinstall windows, make sure you?re not selecting new or format your hard drive, Ask someone that has done it before. This solves usually all my problems. If still no sound buy a separate souncard, they are cheap and use the disk that?s supplied.
Ok i looked further into your problem. Let me try and explain something to you.
When i look up the specifications for your speakers, it says you can plug them into an ipod or or any audio device, (including your computer) , and then they will work. You cant install audio drivers for the ipod, but! they will still work with the ipod. Therefor you dont need a driver for these speakers. Now what the problem MAY BE is your sound card. I can possibly help you if you can give me some specifics as to which sound card you have and what Operating system are you using ( windows xp, windows 98, windows vista etc etc..) please let me know iw ould like to help!