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Check you have not accidently muted the sound on the desktop icon ( speaker icon) Check the (green?) line connector is plugged into the correct port on the sound card or chip Check that the audio driver appears in the sounds tab in the control panel (double click sound icon)
If the driver is missing, re-install it
Also while in there, check the tabs for the volumr mixer etc and see volume is set at max for line out
If those steps fail, check the speakers are getting power and the indicator light is on
Finally, test the soundcard with another speaker, or use headphones if no speakers available
1) Ensure your speakers are correctly plugged into the back of the PC they should be plugged into a light green port
2) ensure the volume control on the speakers are turning and you have set them to a decent level
3) Click on Start>Control Panel>sounds and audio devices and ensure the volume is up and the volume is not muted
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1. Check that your computer has not "muted" the sound.
2. Check that the audio-cable from the speakers is connected to the "line-out" (green) connector on your computer.
3. Check that the speakers are getting power.
4. Try connecting the speakers to the audio output from an iPod.
They may be "quiet", but, at 100%, you should hear something.
5. Start -> Control Panel -> Classic View -> System -> Hardware
to see that the correct software "drivers" for your sound-card are installed.
6. Check that your music-player (Windows Media Player, iTunes, WinAmp, et cetera) is not "muted" or at less than 5% volume.
First make sure your sound cards are working properly. 1) Check the master volume of your PC. Go to start menu, control panel, sounds speech and audio devices, sounds and audio devices - i) In volume tab click the speaker volume and check whether all the left, right, etc.. volumes are in medium or high. ii) In audio tab click the volume tab of sound playback and make sure that the master volume is not in mute and all the volumes are either in medium level or at 100%. After making these changes try playing any music. Even if the problem persists go and get your sound card checked in an authorised service centre.
the surround sound speakers connect to the computer by way of three connectors. the system should have come with an adapter that plugs all three connectors into one green connector. if you color match that green connector into the computer you should get sound out of the central and rear speakers. not sure if the surround sound will work correctly for movies, but you should get sound