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My computer won't recognise all five speakers

Only left and right speakers are working

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I believe you need to go into audio settings via control panel and change two channel desktop speakers to five channel in the drop down menus.there is usually a test scenario for 5 channel that then pulses sound through each speaker separately to ensure your setup us correctly working .

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