Question about Durabrand Audio Players & Recorders
Hi, well windows must install the correct Drivers before your device will work. You need to check this.
As the speakers are powered by the USB port and require 5 volts to operate. Some USB ports do not have a full 5 volts DC and have current limiting. Your speakers may require more power then your USB ports can give. or try them with a Powered Hub.
Have you tried them in another computer? to see if they actually work?
Try, another USB port, try a powered hub.
Ensure that they show up in device manager, if there right click, and select upgrade Drivers, allow it to look for and install the generic driver.
make sure it is set as your Default device.
You may have to disable your onboard sound from the BIOS, first too.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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