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I recommend going to the sound icon on bottom of main screen, right click, go to the properties and settings. Make sure the system is set for the same amount of speakers as you have. You can also use the test button and see if the settings are correct. Make sure you are using the correct audio decoder or ac3 filter
You must set the sound output on your computer either through the motherboard sound controller or through the windows control panel.In each of these sections will be a speaker set-up control allowing you set up the type of sound you want to come out of your computer. Headphones only, speakers only, Headphones and speakers. Hope this helps you with your problem.
Sounds like you are getting quad sound in the test process that checks them, yet when in windows media player or winamp (or whatever) your rear speakers aren't producing sound: Try setting your sound drivers to do something like "speaker fill" then you are set. I'm under the belief that stereo sounds aren't being matrixed into all 4 speakers.
This just happen to me 45 seconds ago what you do is put the phone on the charger and make a call to your self or voice mail and then you unplug the charger and hit your speaker or try and hit your speaker button while its on charger then unplug one or the other. this is what i did to fix this problem
First: Click on your music button and play a song as you would normally do on your phone (make sure your speaker is on during this point).
Second: Click on the speaker button so you can listen to your music through your ear piece (as your music is still playing). If you don't hear your music through your ear piece wait until you hear it. It shouldn't take more than a minute. (Your music should be playing throughout this whole process)
Follow these steps every time you come across this problem.
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