Question about Computers & Internet
First make sure your speakers are plugged in correctly, powered up, and turned on. I'm guilty of not looking for the obvious myself. Anyway, after that, make sure the sound is not muted on your computer. Next check to make sure your sound drivers are installed and that your sound card is enabled in the device manager.
Did you try your speakers on a different system or did you try a different set of speakers on your computer?
One thing that does cause alot of problems with sound are viruses, adware, spyware, malware, etc.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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