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Your speaker should work fine as long as you install the sound drivers for your computer. You said you lost your driver cd. Take a look on your PC manufacturer's website and make sure that your pc audio drivers are properly installed.
To check this, go to Device manager and check if you see any audio devices installed.
Hi , just visit Dell web site and download/install the Audio Drivers for your model of P.C./Laptop. Try this link and start there, it has different options of how to get the right Drivers you need. Just click the information as reguards your Machine..
CHECK YOUR SOUND CARD DRIVER FROM THE DEVICE MANAGER IN THE COMPUTER PROPERTIES, IF DRIVER IS INSTALLED CORRECTLY. if the driver is not installed buy a universal xp driver cd and install your drivers. IF THE SOUND DEVICE IS NOT AVAILABLE THEN UNPLUG YOUR SOUND CARD AND REPLUG IT WELL.
hi abdi, the problem is that your sound driver is not installed. You might have got a driver cd when you purchased your PC. Installed the required sound driver and you are done. if you dont know what driver you need you can try sound max or realtek ac97 or conexant audio driver... hope it helps regards bozy
It may not be a problem with the speakers but the the sound drivers of your PC. Verify that your Sound, video and game controller drivers are installed correctly/completely with no yellow or red markings in your Device Manager.
If yes, try to uninstall and re-install using the original CD that came with the motherboard/PC as driver source. Alternately, you can download newer drivers if available.
Hope this be of some idea/help. Post back how things turn up or should you need additional information. Pls include brand/model/version of your PC or motherboard.
Good luck and kind regards.