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SOURCE: need help to hookup speaker

Hey,
well first up you need to connect computer speakers to the GREEN sound socket at the BACK of the computer.

power up the speakers!.

power up computer!

go to start menu click on "Control Panel"

Look for an icon called "sound" or "audio devices" double click on icon.

in the Sound Properties window check that there is a sound card driver operating.. if there is no logo displayed here then you haven't installed correct drivers for the soundcard if there is no driver installed then you need to contact a local computer repairer to have a look for you and install the correct drivers for your soundcard!

if there is a logo there then check that the volume in turned up on the computer. do this by RIGHT clicking on the drivers logo and select PROPERTIES.

i hope this helped!,ben

Posted on Jan 13, 2011

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