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I have a problem with my speakers..

I am using asrock installer for my speakers.. and i don't know how to install it right.. could you please help me!?!

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Hi Crixxe

You must have recieved the asrock chipset or motherboard driver cd,
1) Insert the asrock driver CD in CD/DVD rom drive.
2) Go through the automated installation of all the drivers.
3) Connect your speakers properly with computer. Make sure that the volume is on.
4)Restart the computer after installing drivers.
5) Now you should be able to play the sounds on your computer,

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TheAssembler

Posted on Jun 06, 2008

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