Question about Computers & Internet
How do you speakers plug in? is it a ear phone jack? if so then you need sound drivers. is this a pci card or is it built into your motherboard? if pci card, try removing it, inspect it for brand and possible part number. then get drivers from the company that made the card's web site support. if built into mother board....
if a main brand of pc. goto their web site and goto support drivers. If you have usb speakers then you will need to goto the brand of speakers web site and goto support drivers.
also do you have the lastest updates for your operating system?
sometimes these drivers are built into updates.
good luck, if you need more help you need to post brands and model numbers of your items.
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