I reseted my computer because i got a virurus so i plugged my speakers in to the sound card and it didnt work so i tryed my ipods headphones and it didnt work so i dont know how to fix the soundcard im really confused please help me
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Re: i plugged my speakers in to the sound card and it
You must try 2 options.
Try uninstall sound card drivers, reset comp., and again install sound driver.
In second case you must try new system, with full format hard drive, because you can have trouble with virus, and that is only safe way.
You can also try another sound card, but I think that is you sound card OK.
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Try different speakers which you know are working if possible.
If the good speakers are also not working, then your Logitech speakers may be ok. Try plugging them into a different device such as iPod headphone jack, stereo headphone jack, etc.
Let me know how you go.
Hope this helps,
ok. i just fixed mine. plug the headphones in. lock the ipod. unlock the ipod. then hold down the centre button and the menu button at the same time, and it will manually reset itself. when it comes back on, it should be all hunkydory x
From a distance, it sounds like you do not have the sound card drivers installed. Since it is a SoundBlaster card, go to creative.com and download a utility that finds, indentifies, and then installs the drivers for your sound card. That should fix the problem. If not, then you have other issues going on with motherboard drivers not being installed installed.
double check you didnt cross the connections behind radio the yellow is for video output so mabye u got one of the colors wrong if that fails check that adapter plug (the headphone jack thingy) is it seated properly? remove it and seat it again and check how many bands the silver piece has if its only 1 u gonna get sound from only 2 speakers if u got 2 bands u get surround and 3 bands u get video also
This is either cause by a damaged headphone socket in the iPod or a loose connection. The only way to solve it will involve opening the iPod case and inspecting the daughter board that the headphone socket is on.