Question about Logitech Computers & Internet
It depends on your speakers. They may require a digital or hd driver. I don't know if you got software with these speakers but, if you did, insert you install cd and run it. Click "start", then "control panel", Find and right click on "device manager", open and click continue. Click on box(on right) of "sound audio and game controllers" do you see a warning, ?, !, or a yelow triangle? If so, click on it and follow proceedure. Right click on each device you see in your list. You should see "disable". If the device is HD or Digital, make sure they say "disable. If you see "enable" click on that and exit. Right click on the HD devices again and click on properties, then on :driver" tab. Click on update driver then, click on "automatically search for update...". If this does not fix your problem, let me know. Dave
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