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Computer Speakers I live in the midwest,and due to the power outages I didn't have any electricity forĀ  days. When i got my electricity back, my computer and everything worked fine except the speakers. I've checked just about everything,and still wont work.What do I do?

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Try and plug your speakers into a friend's computer and check if they work. If they don't, then the speakers are fried, probably because of a voltage surge when the power went out. If they do work on your friend's computer then you most likely have a bad port on your computer because of the power surge.

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