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August 29, 2005 2:51:52 AM

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I cleared my harddrive and reinstalled windows XP. Upon reinstall my
speakers suddenly stopped working! I updated the drivers for it (I strongly
THINK I did at least) but they still don't work. They work on other
computers, so I know they're not broken. Weird thing is... when I plug
headphones into the same jack for the computer speakers, the headset works
perfectly. What have I done to make them forsake me? =/

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August 29, 2005 12:48:15 PM

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If by 'cleared my hd' you mean formated you will have to reinstall all your
hw drivers. Use manu sites only NOT winupdate. Also reinstall your mobo
chipset drivers

"David" <David@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:22970BC1-99CC-4CEF-BC92-B70A438B6500@microsoft.com...
> I cleared my harddrive and reinstalled windows XP. Upon reinstall my
> speakers suddenly stopped working! I updated the drivers for it (I
strongly
> THINK I did at least) but they still don't work. They work on other
> computers, so I know they're not broken. Weird thing is... when I plug
> headphones into the same jack for the computer speakers, the headset works
> perfectly. What have I done to make them forsake me? =/
Anonymous
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August 29, 2005 3:36:57 PM

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Speakers normally connect to the 1/8 inch connection. This does not have
any drivers. You need to makre sure tah you have correctly configure the
sound card and the multi-media speaker setup.


"David" <David@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:22970BC1-99CC-4CEF-BC92-B70A438B6500@microsoft.com...
>I cleared my harddrive and reinstalled windows XP. Upon reinstall my
> speakers suddenly stopped working! I updated the drivers for it (I
> strongly
> THINK I did at least) but they still don't work. They work on other
> computers, so I know they're not broken. Weird thing is... when I plug
> headphones into the same jack for the computer speakers, the headset works
> perfectly. What have I done to make them forsake me? =/
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Anonymous
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August 29, 2005 3:47:03 PM

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"David" <David@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:22970BC1-99CC-4CEF-BC92-B70A438B6500@microsoft.com...
>I cleared my harddrive and reinstalled windows XP. Upon reinstall my
> speakers suddenly stopped working! I updated the drivers for it (I
> strongly
> THINK I did at least) but they still don't work. They work on other
> computers, so I know they're not broken. Weird thing is... when I plug
> headphones into the same jack for the computer speakers, the headset works
> perfectly. What have I done to make them forsake me? =/

Also check Control Panel, Audio Devices, Speaker settings {at bottom of
Speaker tab}. Click on the Advance button to verify speaker configuration
and on the Volume button to check speaker volume setting.

Don
Anonymous
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August 30, 2005 7:47:58 PM

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Are they powered speakers? Plug in the "brick". If the 'phones work in
the same jack, then its a problem with the speakers and how you plugged
them in.

David wrote:

> I cleared my harddrive and reinstalled windows XP. Upon reinstall my
> speakers suddenly stopped working! I updated the drivers for it (I strongly
> THINK I did at least) but they still don't work. They work on other
> computers, so I know they're not broken. Weird thing is... when I plug
> headphones into the same jack for the computer speakers, the headset works
> perfectly. What have I done to make them forsake me? =/
Anonymous
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August 31, 2005 6:36:48 AM

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begin  trojan.vbs ... On Sunday 28 August 2005 10:51 pm, David had this to
say in microsoft.public.windowsxp.general:

> I cleared my harddrive and reinstalled windows XP. Upon reinstall my
> speakers suddenly stopped working! I updated the drivers for it (I
> strongly
> THINK I did at least) but they still don't work. They work on other
> computers, so I know they're not broken. Weird thing is... when I plug
> headphones into the same jack for the computer speakers, the headset works
> perfectly. What have I done to make them forsake me? =/

I've seen powered speakers that if disconnected from power need to have
their volume turned up manually at the speaker. Is there a volume control
on the speaker itself? Have you used it?


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