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Speekers My computer speekers do not work .....they make a very hard sound and i can not hear anything but a hard vibration and a buzz sound

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Re: Speekers


okay i think your base is too full.

turn off the base of your speekers and then try to play a song or a sound...

if not go to control panel and then sounds and lower down the base volume bar

Posted on Dec 10, 2007

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