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ONE OF THE SPEAKER WORKS PROPER MANNER

I AM USING INTEX SPEAKERS WITH XP OPERATING SYSTEM .
I AM FACING ONE PROBLEM WITH THIS IS ONLY ONE OF THE SPEAKERS WORKS IN PROPER MANNER

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Either the plug is not all the way in the hole on the soundcard, or one of the speakers has died, possibly the cable that connects to it has a broken wire inside the cable.

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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If the driver is updated, and the speaker balance is correct, true to move the jack, insert and remove it, while playing sound, see what happens.

It could be a wiring problem.

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Have a great day.

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