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There is no separate driver for the headphones.The audio driver which is installed in the computer is enough.Please check whether you have correctly inserted the jack.That will be the only problem for it.
There will be three jack socket behind the PC CPU.Blue,Green, and Red.
Green for speakers/head phones
Red for MIC
Check whether jack are correctly installed.
Maybe you have a lose or bad analog connection to the headphones, however my husband got a refurbished wireless game controller that I found to have a lose and dirty plug and the headset was fine after I took the controller apart, gently reconnected to post and cleaned it out with alcohol and q-tips just like you would use for a computer mouse. Peace, Love and Hair Grease from the ToyzRUsKddom
Sometimes you need to "burn in" your headphones. Used headphones
usually produce a better sound than new ones. Simply let it play some
music continuously. I usually burn in my headphones with some AM/FM
static. After a while, the sound should improve. Good luck!