|18 Feb 2010||#2|
Check the speaker connections, both at the PC end and at the speaker end. A plug that is not fully inserted or making a poor contact can cause the problem you are having. Try unplugging the connection to the PC and then plug back in - do this several times to "clean" the contact. Same way at the speaker end (if the cable has a plug).
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