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My computer speakers don't work! Normally, when I plug headphones in they work ,but otherwise they don't. I use Bose Mediamate Computer System speakers and run on Window's Vista.

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Control panel sounds and audio devices volume there might be a tick in the mute box untick or select advanced on the bottom next to speaker volume from the drop down list and make sure you have selected the right speakers
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