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Problem with speakers

Hi i bought this speakers which are durabrand 2.0 ch use powered speaker system for my computer and i install them correctly and they function correctly but i had to do a system recouvery and now they dont work at all

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Re: problem with speakers

If you have done a system recovery, then disconnect it, reconnect and reinstall everything of speaker. drivers, reconfigure it, will be as new again.

Posted on Dec 09, 2007

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Just bought new speaks and I can not hear anything.

Check the following:

1. The speakers are connected to the power supply (if exists/needed) and powered on.
2. The speakers are connected to the GREEN jack of the computer's sound card.
3. The sound card is correctly installed. If it does, you'll see a speaker icon in the system tray (next to the clock), from which you can adjust the volume. If not, refer to the motherboard installation disc to install the audio card drivers (don't forget to restart the computer afterwards)!
4. The volume is high enough and not muted - both in the player and the tray icon.

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Dec 08, 2010 | Insignia 2.0 Speaker System (2-Piece)

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My usb powered speakers light up but my system still shows no audio device present

Hi, well windows must install the correct Drivers before your device will work. You need to check this.
As the speakers are powered by the USB port and require 5 volts to operate. Some USB ports do not have a full 5 volts DC and have current limiting. Your speakers may require more power then your USB ports can give. or try them with a Powered Hub.
Have you tried them in another computer? to see if they actually work?
Try, another USB port, try a powered hub.
Ensure that they show up in device manager, if there right click, and select upgrade Drivers, allow it to look for and install the generic driver.
make sure it is set as your Default device.
You may have to disable your onboard sound from the BIOS, first too.

Aug 29, 2010 | Durabrand Computer Speakers

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Durabrand 2.0 CH USB Speaker System

Try this, go to control panel and double click Sounds and Audio Devices. Then click advanced, under speaker settings and make sure your settings are desktop speakers. Also, in control panel, click Sound Effect Manager and do a speaker test. This should help.

Jan 20, 2009 | Computer Speakers

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try going to control panel, the system icon, hardware tab, divice manager, check to see if your sound card does not have a yellow ! icon next to it, if it does try right click, go to properties, and reinstalling it, it does help if the computer is hooked to the internet so it can find it automaticly over the internet.

Aug 29, 2008 | Durabrand 5.1 Surround Sound Computer...

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No audio device detected

Ok when you plugged in the USB sound did it "see" it... did it ask for "Drivers" Because this device MUST have drivers.. also ya may have to disable any onboard sound device ya may have via the BIOS setup menu. Generally these USB sound devices are real easy to install and use.. try it on another PC to be sure it is OK.. GL

Jun 05, 2008 | Durabrand 5.1 Surround Sound Computer...

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Can't get my durabrand uc-280 computer spreakers to work

Check the volume on the systems itself. The difference of hardware won't matter has long as you have the correct driver for each hardware. Just check the volume & still doesn't work GET BAC @ME.


Apr 22, 2008 | Computer Speakers

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2.0 CH USB Powered Speaker System Problems

For speaker, No, you don't.
as long as your sound card is working, speaker should work

Mar 01, 2008 | Computer Speakers

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Can't get my durabrand uc-280 computer spreakers to work

Returned the durabrand uc-280 to Walmart! Plugged the existing speaker into the correct hole in my new sound card. Problem solved!

Feb 16, 2008 | Computer Speakers

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Speaker won't work

First things First:
1) check your connectors back on the PC, I presume you use windows XP and sound drivers installed **
2) plug the speakers cable on back or front of your PC in the green (usually) connector.
3) see if sound is NOT mute on mixer , multimedia in control panel.**
4) If you can Enter your BIOS, try to enable sound, for onboard sound, if apply**
good Luck

Jan 20, 2008 | Computer Speakers

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Speakers 2.0 durabrand not registering

If both sets work on one computer, but none of them work on the problem machine, then it's not the speakers that are at fault, but rather the computer you're plugging them into.

As you are getting a "No Audio Devices" message, and the speakers get their signal from your systems soundcard, the soundcard drivers may not be installed, or working properly (the USB plug, it seems, only serves to power the speakers, nothing else).

Open up Device Manager, and look for your soundcard, and/or any devices marked with a Question (?) or Exclamation (!) Mark. Install/reinstall the drivers for any of these that you see. If you don't see anything marked as such, locate your soundcard under the "Sound and Audio devices" header, and reinstall it.

(NOTE: You can get to device manager in Windows XP, by going to Start-> Run -> type in "Control", and press ENTER. From the window that pops up, make sure you're using Classic View, then go to System -> Hardware -> Device Manager.)

If you DON'T, however, see either unknown devices or your soundcard listed in Sounds and Audio Devices, reseat your soundcard in it's PCI slot or a different slot in your machine, boot up your computer, and see if it's recognized. if it isn't, or if you're using an onboard sound solution, you may have to replace your soundcard, as it's defective.

Hope this helps :~)

Dec 31, 2007 | Computer Speakers

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