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mattdawg8

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I recently set up some new Logitech Speakers, and I use Winamp to play my music. Whenever the track changes, it seems that Winamp keeps trying to send an udio signal out, but the speakers don't detect it until I change the system volume. I have nVidia soundcard drivers, and the visualization on that shows me that there is no audio being sent out from the computer until I change the volume. Any suggestions?
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Hmmm... the fact that the visualizatino isn't showing audio indicates more of a problem with Winamp than the speakers. Can you reinstall Winamp and see if the problem is fixed?
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I suppose I haven't tried that yet, but Winamp was working perfectly fine with my old 2.1 set up, which was also Logitech, and the sound just started glitching out when I set up the 5.1. I'll give it a shot, and get back to you, though.
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okay, i completely uninstalled/reinstalled winamp, and it seems to have solved the problem. don't know why I didn't think to try that, but whatever. Thanks a lot! I appreciate it.
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