Question about JBL (JBLONTOUR) Computer Speakers
Most computer speakers don t use a "Driver" they are typically controlled by the "Sound card" drivers. Typically there are three jacks that computer speakers fit into. look for a green receptacle to verify they are plugged into. Typically (pink = microphone) (blue = input) . Check your power input to the speakers, very common to become unplugged from the wall outlet. (however some speakers do not have external power source) verify , mute is not checked off. (speaker icon by the clock) check control panel , speaker settings. ...sometimes people inadvertently check off "digital output only" which effectively turns the speakers off.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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