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I have the Dell 5650 Computer Speakers..I had to reolad the audio driver.. now, the two fron speakers and the center speaker under the monitor work, but the two rear speakers are not producing sound..I went into the control panel audio set up and the slider bars are all present...if i lower the volum eon the fron speakers and increase the volume to the rear, no sound ..any ideas

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If you are using Sound Blaster, go into "All Programs" and open the "Creative File" and then the "Audio Console", left click the "CMSS 3D" tab, under the "CMSS Modes" click on the selection box and select "CMSS". They should start working at once.

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http://support.dell.com

Your system will either have an on-board sound card (Sigmatel normally) or a soundblaster expansion audio card. (If the audio jacks are in an expansion slot below the video card, then you have a soundblaster.

Soundblaster drivers are found at http://www.creative.com

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