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Computer speakers make a fuzzy sound

One day my computer speakers started only producing a low sound even with the volume turned up on the speakers themselves and the control panel. So i bought new speakers because the others were old n i figured they were tearing up. The new speakers are making a humming/buzzing noise that is more clear when i move my mouse. Im sure that everything is hooked up correctly and the volume is turned up on the control panel n the speakers. I was told that i may have to update drivers??? Can anyone help?

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    I have new speakers and still no sound

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Hello there
Yes, Niera, you have to update, the sound drivers, and see on BIOS if something is disable on sound. other than that is posible a a speaker problem.

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