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click start control panel hardware and sound manage audio devices playback you should see your speakers right click select enable or you might have to configure them this option will be at the bottom of of the playback list also right click on the speaker select properties
you should see a few tabs general levels enhancement and advanced you might find you need to select a different option possibly stereo or dvd or studio quality windows7
you mean the 1/8" headphone jack? yes you can rewire it, its really simple. you can get them at your local radio shack usually for a outragous price. or you can go buy a cheap set of headphones and cut the wire, strip them, and attach them together and be fine. for a harder but better solution. you could even go out by a 1/8" 10' patch cable and cut one end off. just solder the points on the inside of the speaker as well. where the original wire was located (might even make it easier to diagnose + and -).
Hi, I came across a similar problem with an old Altec and the the solution was to only replace the defective side. Actually, what was replaced was only the speaker itself inside the enclosure which was cheaper rather than replacing the entire assembly. An electronics technician (not necessarily a computer tech) can do the job since some soldering might be involved.