Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
First, have a look at the Device Manager.
Do you see any red Xs, yellow question marks or exclamation marks?
Look under Sound, video and game controllers... Is Realtek AC'97 listed? What other devices are listed?
Second, enter the BIOS (usually done by pressing DEL or F2 while computer starts booting up).
I'm not sure how your exact BIOS look like, but look for Integrated Audio, or something like this (search for the word Sound or Audio), and make sure it's not Disabled.
Third, try connecting the speakers (given that they are NOT powered by USB) to any other music/sound source (MP3 player, etc.) and see if they work properly.
Waiting to hear from you,
PS: If none of the above worked for you, please don't automatically reject my solution... I have others for you, but first I need you to try the ones above!
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