|09 May 2011||#1|
Speakers Not Working
Here's the story, so today I decided it was about time to clean my computer out of all the dust so I unplugged everything and proceeded with doing so. After replugging everything back in the speakers had stopped working. I tried a few things in a attempt to solve it such as:
- Putting in all audio jacks.
- Plugging in headphones ( Which actually gave me sound through the headphones, however still no sound through speakers)
- Tried putting all the sound up to max.
- Restarting the computer.
- Disabling audio drivers and re-enabling and restarting computer.
- Updating sound drivers.
All that and still nothing I am here to ask you if you can help me figure this out or tell me to buy a new set of speakers.
Thanks in advance
PS: My speakers are Logitech Ls21 2.1. I also have windows 7 32 bit
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|09 May 2011||#2|
My instinct says that something to do with your speakers is fully or partially disconnected because it sounds like everything else is working, and all you did was clean the system. Have you gone back and checked to make sure that everything related to the speakers is/are fully and firmly connected/plugged in?
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