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4.1 speakers on vista!!

Hi I have a m2n-e motherboard with an on board sound card. I have Soundmax running as my audio utility, and I've fiddled with the settings like... Quadraphonic, 5.1, 7.1 and even stereo, but nothing works! My problem is that only my rear speakers work but everything else is played through the Subwoofer. I've tried looking everywhere and now I'm just desperate! Help me pleeeeease!

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Hi,Can you tell me the power supply (AC adapter) requirements for Midiland MLI 747 - 4.1 speaker system?

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