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Ne w laptop wont let me hear through speakers

Hi my speakers worked with old laptop but they wont work with new one. I have tried headphones in the socked and they work. I can hear its getting power when i turn it on but no sound. Please help im missing listening to my music.

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    no sound driver

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Hi,

you can try and plug the speaker set into an old walkman or ipod headphone jack if you have it and see if they work, if they dont work with any other input they are defective so take them back.

J

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

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