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On my "NEW" Gateway model # GM5688E I hooked up the speakers and they do not work properly. I hear sound but it is an echo.

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1.test the status of the speaker system from another computer system,if the result is the same change the speaker.


2.if solution one is not true,check the sound card for correctness

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