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No software is required for (any) speakers! Just connect the speakers to the outlet and to the GREEN jack on the sound card... If no sound is heard, make sure the sound card driver is properly installed and the sound is not muted.
install your sound driver, on MY Computer right click then properties then device manager, check if your sound card is not yet installed, then find the cd driver that comes with your pc, after that install the driver of your sound card from the cd, if you lost the cd download cpu-z to determine your sound card then download it online, or to its respective manufacturer
this could be a result of the software malfunction ...i'm talking about i-tunes,if your computer plays other sounds,it clearly shows that its not a problem with the sound card which is nothing but the hardware for playing sounds in the computer.
Install the card into any empty slot with the power unpluged.
turn off the sound in the BIOS if you have sound on the present motherboard. Turn on the computer and install the sound software making sre that the disk is for the version of windows that you are using. If it is not , go to the sound card website and download the correct driver and install it. If one is not availble for you version of sindown then you my not use this that soundcard,until or if one is ever written and available. Often a driver is never available for older cards.
Providing the CD Rom, is the same software as the sound-card.
If the sound card, is a seperate ( Add-On ) the drivers cd should accompany the card. if there are no drivers with the card. you can usually visit the manufacturers website ( Support centre ) And download the Drivers.
Additionally, you may have to disable the on-board sound-card ( Via The Bios ) and instruct the computer to start up, with the required or installed card.
If you are running an operating system, such as Windows XP, it should automatically detect and install the best drivers for the device. although you may not get full functionability.
If you install from CD Rom, ensure the card is installed first, then insert the CD, and open to find the Icon ( setup.exe Or Similar )