Question about Altec Lansing ATP 3W Computer Speakers
I've put all the cables according to the manual, the input/output cable is connected to the right place, the power plug is connected to a proper socket. I have no idea what might be wrong. The output/input cable does not make any buzz sounds at all when pulled out or pluged in.
Ok lets do like this
If you your mother board CD ,? get play that and you will find an option for sound and audio devices , please reinstall that.
I hope it will work .Please do reply..
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
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