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Logitech X-540 Speakers

I have a Gateway 700XL,with a Sound Blaster Audigy Audio sound card.I had a Boston Acoustics speaker system which I replaced with a X-540 Logitech Speaker System. Followed the color coding to hook up speakers to the PC. Can't get any sound. What am I doing wrong????-- Thanks-Rudy

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  • Boscar27 Feb 09, 2008

    The sound card was not changed. It is the OEM Soundblaster Audigy Audio card that came with the PC

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Hello sir

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  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 09, 2008

    reinstall the audio driver given with the new sound card..

    and now do a test..

    you will get it fixed..

    thank you

    dont forget to rate the solutions


  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 09, 2008

    reinstall the software and recheck your speaker connections..



    dont forget to rate the solutions



    thank you

  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 11, 2008

    that is what am saying.. recheck your connections and reinstall the driver and check.. it will work out..

    please rate

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