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you need to install your motherboard's audio driver. To do so, just go to your motherboard's brand official site, and find your exact model. There you will be able to download the proper audio driver and, after installing them, your speakers will work like a charm!
Hope it helped,
It sounds like one side of the power amp has shorted. May be hazardous to the speaker so best take it to a shop for repair. If speaker stills sounds OK, probably the clip detector transistors have failed.
not gonna lie your right chance are they could be blown. i would check the wiring or even if you feel comfortable enough unplug the speakers and check the wires on the INSIDE of the dead speaker to see if they are still soldered on there ok.
Not a fuse. First thing, to check your speaker (amp unplugged, of course), touch the + and - speaker connections to a 9V battery. If you don't hear a pop sound then your speaker is blown. Thus, no output sound. If speaker is OK, then the output IC is your problem.
I don't think it would be your speakers. Speakers are only powered by the wires running from the head unit. Does your head unit stay on when your car is turned off? If so, you need an accessorised power source. One that only engages power when your car is turned to accessories. let me know.