I recently purchased new logitech x 230 speakers for my HP computer to find that the system didnt recognise them at all, in control panel "speakers and audio devices" says NO AUDIO DEVICE I don't know what to do.
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if the green pin is what plugs into your computer, a traditional, headphone 1/8th inch headphone jack, it can be replaced, however there is some soldering involved. Radio shack sells the replaceable ends for just a couple dollars. the only problem is knowing which wires to connect to which points on the new end. i would have to see the wire with the insulation stripped off to be able to tell you which are which
Plug the green lead on the speakers into the headphone socket on the television. You may need to go into the menu to turn up the headphone output. Turn it to 70% on the TV, then use the volume control on the speakers
Try and twist the jack which is connected to your PC, the solder inside could have snapped. If it has a diferent pwer source for the sound system, then power on, hold the jack and short the ends with your fingertips. If the speakers dont respond then its not getting any power, which could be simple loose connection too. Test both and then decide. If you dont have the correct driver then download from: http://www.new-drivers.com/files/speakers/Logitech/?gclid=CM_a2oOjtpkCFcQtpAod6hp-5Q........sodeep
I used a Radio Shack D-Sub 9 Pin Connector #276-1427 Pin 1-Empty Pin 2-Purple Pin3-Yellow Pin4-Red Pin5-Shield Wire & Green Pin6 & Pin7-Gray Pin8-Blue & Black Pin9-Brown The pin numbers are on the face of the connector and are hard to see.