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Your speakers don't require any special drivers. All they do is take the analog sound signal from the computer, amplify it and play it for you. If the sound hardware is working, all you need to do is plug in the
speakers. The green signal plug goes into the output jack on the
computer, and you need to connect the USB plug to an open port for
power. Your computer needs driver software for its sound hardware, though, and if you're trying to solve a "no sound" problem, this may be the cause.
You don't give a make and model of your computer or sound card, so I can't give you a specific link. But you can get the drivers from the computer manufacturer's site. If you have a custom-built computer or are using a separate sound card, you'll need to get the sound drivers from the motherboard manufacturer (if it's integrated sound) or sound card manufacturer.
Could you specify if it's a computer you're plugging into or a device like an ipod or stereo? If the computer isn't giving you any sound, try the speakers with an ipod or something and then you can narrow down the problem to your sound settings / sound card...
Go to the device manager and check that the speakers are actually installed ie the sound system drivers. If they are not or they reporter problem then uninstall the sound drivers and restart your computer. As the computer restarts should reinstall the sound drivers, then see if you have sound coming out your speakers. If this does not fix your problem then send me the details your computer e.g. make, model, sound card type, RAM etc
Those speakers were originally supplied with Gateway computer system that had sound cards with digital outputs. While some versions had analog and digital sound inputs, most often the speakers had digital input only. The on-board sound in the eMachines is analog output only, so the speakers are most likely not compatible with your computer. If you want to use those speakers, you will need to locate a PCI sound card with digital output.
Speakers themselves don't have drivers. The sound drivers are part of the sound card or (on board sound )of your computer system.. Got o the manufactures website and download the sound driver for you mother obard or find out which sound car you have through (my computer hardware devices) and go to the sound card manufactures web site to download their driver.
For your speakers to work, my friend, you need a sound card, it could be a external USB sound card, (turtle beach) or internal Creative Labs, PCI card. "time to buy new gallet!"
so start buying a new sound card.