Question about Micro Innovations CPQ220MM Computer Speakers
I'm guessing that you just bought these, plugged them in to your computer, and no sound comes out. If that is the case, is very simple to fix. Your computer is currently set to use it's built-in speakers. You have to go to control panel, and change it to use the configuration you have purchased: 2 external speakers, USB connection, no woofer. I think you can find it in XP under "Sound". You test your new configuration, and your speakers should work--then save your configuration.
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
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