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Windows XP users: Go to Start Menu / Control Panel / Sounds and Audio Devices, and Click on the "Advanced" button on the bottom of this now-open window. Try selecting one of the following and use this new one as your choice:
"5.1 stereo surround speakers"
"7.1 home theater speakers"
"7.1 wide configuration speakers"
You may have to download drivers for these settings in order for them to work properly. If you are using Mozilla Firefox, you must download the Logitech Driver Detection add-on. This add-on is necessary for updating drivers, and will NOT affect browser performance in any way.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
If the speaker connection is in front, Maybe the front panel is audio is not working or not enabled on motherboard. Try with the back panel audio jack.
If you are sure that your speakers are right, there are following possible reasons that you are not getting the audio.
1) Volume is turned off/ low
2) Sound drivers not installed/ corrupted.
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