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Trying to get sound back

I had to do a systen recovery and lost my sound.....what do i do

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  • Anonymous Aug 20, 2008

    I HAD TO REINSTALL THE OPERATING SYSTEM AND EVER SINCE MY x-230 SPEAKERS DO NOT WORK. NOTHING ON LOGITECK;S WEBSITE - hELP

  • kae274 Mar 02, 2009

    I bought Logitech X230 speakers with my computer and Vista operating system but had endless problems with Vista and so switched my operating system to XP but now cannot get any sound from the Logitech X230 speaker system. I am as clueless as a dodo bird about how to rectify this problem.

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