Question about Computers & Internet
1.)Try connecting your speakers to another machine ? Then you can distinguish if the speaks or the cable is faulty or your sound software on your machine.
2.)install the l8est drivers for your sound card or audio device
3.)try the front usb, sides or other usb ports
4.) If your speakers also have "Jack" connectors, either try plugging into another audio port at the back of your machine or try the front audio ports
5.) Are the speakers powered on ? Is the volume on the speakers muted OR is the sound in your system on your machine muted or turned off or turned quiet ???
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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