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There is some loose connection. If its a sound card, try removing it from the slot, clean the contact ponits and replace. If the sound system has a separate amplifier, just touch the stereojack to see if the speakers produce a humming sound, which means the speaker circuit is OK. Now try twisting the jack to your PC and if there is cracling sound from the speakers then the audio output socket needs to cleaned with pure alcohol to remove any carbon deposits...........sodeep
There is no easy way to tell you this. The smaller speakers usually plug into the large speaker. The large speaker is the sub and has a power source for the other speakers.
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I HAD NORMAL DESKTOP SPEAKERS
THEN CONNECTED BOSE BUT BOSE DID NOT WORK PROPERLY.THE SOUND WAS NOT CONTINOUS
SO RECONNECTED IT AND CONNECTED NORMAL SPEAKERS TO THE DESKTOP.BUT NOW NOTHING CAN BE HEARD IN NORMAL SPEAKERS ALSO.WHAT TO DO.
well, if you put the green cable on the green connector on your sound card, you,ll be fine, and see if work, fine, depending on your configuration speakers, 5.1 or 2 way, you can test if the sound go on the 2 speakers.you also check if something is bad with the other speakers
Ok, I may have the solution. After I posted here I went back to trying to fix it myself and I did, well, mine anyways. I back to the control panel and went to Hardware/Sounds, clicked on the manage my audio devices again, and then where it said "no audio devices installed", nothing there, I right clicked my mouse and it brought up a little box that said: Show disconnected devices and Show disabled devices, make sure both of these are checked...that was my problem why i kept showing nothing. Then hopefully your spears icon shoud reappear like mine, and you can then click on it, then properties, and ENABLE it...hope this helps, let me know :)