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Its not the speakers that require a driver. Its the sounds card that requires a driver for the sound to work, then when you hook up the speakers you'll hear sound out of them.. Find out the manufacturer and model of the computer and then get those installed. If you need help then let me know and Ill find them for you.
go to start menu, control panel, sound. Then here go into the Tabs and select the Speakers. Apply, Done !
If it does not work, then I suggest you to contact the Logitech support for a replacement this is an hardware
failure and it's covered by warranty terms.
why dont you have them all hooked up? I have the same speakers but I the model that only has 2 speakers. Try pluging your audio cable in the front where you would plug head phones in. Assuming that this is a desktop.
1. Power to the speakers (make sure they are plugged in!) 2. Make sure the speaker line is plugged into the correct port on your sound card. The connector should be green and possible the port will be green to. 3. Double click the little speaker in the bottom right of the screen (assuming you are using XP/VISTA) and make sure nothing is muted.
You may need to install the audio drivers for those systems. If the sound is built onto the mainboard, you'll need the motherboard model number to help locate the drivers online. You can look for them yourself through a search engine, or if you'd like, get back to me with the model numbers of the motherboards, and I will locate your drivers. The model number of the motherboard should be printed directly on the motherboard itself.
start with the easy stuff to miss...wired correctly, power on (green light on the right speaker) Do you have it plugged into the GREEN socket on the rear of you computer, Is there an X in the mute box, double click on the speaker and check, do you have a splat in sound codec or any other sound component Now are you running XP speaker in a Vista world. If you are cool up to this point, Update the drivers from logitech or Acer. Logitech says they are not compatible with Vista...that could be it... hope something here helped and got you up and listening. please leave rating.
I have had this a few times with customers. You might want to check if the sound cards front speaker ports are working correctly. If the card is working, the problem might be with your right front speaker, ckech that it is working. You might also want to check the settings in control panel; this has helped me a number of times.