Question about HP PAVILION SLIMLINE S7520N AMD Turion 64, 1.86 GHz, 1024MB, 200GB, DVD-RW/CDRW Combo Drive, Slimlin... (EX259AA#ABA) PC Desktop
Turn your speakers up and moisten your finger. touch the jack plug that inserts into the pc, if you hear the speakers buzz/crackle then they are ok. If not I would try a new lead if possible, else speakers are u/s as if headphones work then speakers should as well as use the same output from the pc, just amplify it unlike headphones. You could also check in the cpanel to see if your speakers are set to speakers and not headphones but to be honest I cant see this stopping the speakers altogether.
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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