Quote: Originally Posted by WalkerA WinTeam
I was under the impression that USB speakers always require drivers, because Windows 7 treats them as a separate sound card with outputs only? Perhaps I'm mistaken...
Windows Outreach Team
Took a quick look and found this:
"Plug and play functionality make these speakers an ideal and affordable audio solution. Enjoy true multimedia Sound"
To the OP, right click on the Microsoft speaker icon in the taskbar and select "Playback Devices", then right click again in the center of the window and enable "show disconnected devices and show disabled devices" perhaps the USB device will show up and you can select it as the Default Audio device. (Set Default button). Also look under the "Configure" selection and make sure it's set to stereo.