When i try to open itunes, i get a message, telling me that i have an audio configuration problem. When I go to control panel to check main volume, it sais no audio device. I've tried different usb ports, and updating my drivers, but I'm not exactly sure if any could be missing?? I just recently had a friend fix my computer, and he had to reinstall windows, and I lost most of my documents/information. Same type of problem with my printer, and I don't have my installation disc. What should I do?
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The speaker you have mentioned is no need a software to use in a computer try to check if you are connected properly in your computer. See to it that you plug in the power adopter of your speaker and the input of the speaker is connected to the output of the audio of your computer.
click start control panel sounds and audio then select audio make sure the default player is the media you want to use as your default sounds also click start control panel sounds and audio
devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick it hope this helps
This is Creative's support link. The speakers you have are Dell. Do you have a sound card installed? If you have a speaker icon in your taskbar, lower right of screen, does it have a red X? Right click on it then, click on playback devices. A window should open with your device. Does anything show up and if it does does it show it "working"? Right click on it and a window should open and you should see "enable" or "disable", if it shows enable, click on that and exit. If you are still ahving problems with this let me know at "add a comment"
You don't need a driver for the speakers, but a driver for the sound card installed inside your computer. If the computer came with that sound card then you can find the proper driver from the manyfacturer website -> Support section.
Sound drivers need to be reinstalled sometimes after iTunes updates or video game installs.
Go to control panel, click sounds and audio devices then a window will pop up under speaker settings will be a picture of 2 speakers. Click advanced and set it to desktop stereo speakers. Turn your computer around and plug them into the green 3.5mm sound jack. That should work if not then there is something wrong with your computer's audio driver or sound card. I would check for updates for your sound driver and that should fix it. If not i would try buying a new sound card
the usb cable is for powering the amp it does not carry audio, there's a 3.5 mm plug that connects to your sound card. also, no matter what anyone tells you, there is no driver download for these speakers.
You have to make sure you have in control panel your audio sound card, well installed and is working right. Then go to control panel and see your speaker configuration, is suppose to be at 5.1 speakers also you can use 6.1 Speaker configuration. Be sure you connect right your speakers at back of the audio jacks!
go to control panel again and click the "device manager" and seek for sound, video and game controler (speaker icon) -->click "+" whill show u is the hardware work properly or not, if not work properly will signity with "?" --> right click and click update driver (if u have cd sound card driver do it while cd software inserted)
or reinstalling your sound card device software
open control panel-->double click add new hardware icon and follow instruction if ask are conected with the hardware click yes then next.. that way wil show u waht sound card type of yours --> note : the "?" icon is the hardware need to a driver and not yet be installed..
Have you tested the speakers on another computer? Have you installed all of the software including the Creative Audio console? If yes to both, you need to go into the Creative Audio Console and select the speaker configuration tab and use the drop down menu to choose the speaker configuration you are using. They offer 2/2.1 4/4.1 5.1 6.1 and 7.1 options. If you don't select the speaker configuration, the speaker ports for the other channels are disabled. There are also options in various media players for speaker configurations. Most don't auto configure. At least not with the Creative Audigy cards. Hope this helps.