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Durabrand uc-280 don't work!

System does not detect speakers. I connected them to the 2.0 USB port. and nothing. Please help.

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Re: Durabrand uc-280 don't work!

Go to device manager locate the speakers, right click and update drivers, if that fails search google for that sound card driver.

Posted on Nov 12, 2007

Re: Durabrand uc-280 don't work!

Same problem for me. I just uninstalled my current sound card thru device manager and turned the speakers on and back off and then told device manager to rescan and it reinstalled my sound card. And then i turned the speakers back on.! Voila sound!!

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Re: Durabrand uc-280 don't work!

I am getting normal computer sounds, but my UC-280 Durbrand speakers will not play any music, Etc.. What can I do to fix this?

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Re: Durabrand uc-280 don't work!

I have my speakers plugged into USB port. The light is on on the speakers and there is static coming from the speakers, but I am getting no sound from the computer. We moved the computer and the speakers were working before it was moved.

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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