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Logitech R-20 + Windows 7 = Subwoofer not working

Hi everyone, I've got Windows 7 Ultimate, and can't get my Logitech R-20 subwoofer to work, it doesn't have any sound at all. Also the other 2 speakers have the sound quality it should have. Here some details:

1- Subwoofer gone to assistence and it is OK
2- My motherboard is Intel DG41TY with the latest drivers and Realtek HD
3- Cables were double checked
4- This is doing my head in
5- Any clever person to help please??

If you know how to fix it I'd appreciate if you could detail it step-by-step to me please

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First check and make sure that the speakers are securely connected.
Then open sound and audio devices, in control panel, and scroll down to speakers,.
click on advance and change the selection to surround. .
click apply and OK you may have to restart to get the effects.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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SOURCE: Logitech R-20 subwoofer not working on windows 7

This undoubtably is a driver problem. You could try running and installing in Administrator, mode and compatability Mode for XP SP2. Either that or ask Logitech whats their fix.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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