Hi kathyg2709 and welcome to Geeks to Go Forums
Everything was working fine when we took the computer apart to bring it to our new home. The next day we put it back together and we have no sound and no green light on the speakers.
With as little info as we have we do know that the Computer , and Speakers were working , before you moved house .
We checked and double checked and everything is plugged in properly.
The most telling info is that there's "no green light on the speakers"
That suggests a power problem . I know with all the upheaval of moving , things are hurried and pretty chaotic , to say the least
Personally I would check that your speakers have a power lead that connects either to your Computers power supply , or a wall socket . Just carefully trace the leads coming off the speakers and check they are all connected . There should be a green plug which plugs into your Sound Card , via a green input jack at the rear of your Box . Some computers connect differently , but try as I said to trace carefully by hand the power lead coming off the speakers and make sure it's were it should be , as well as the green plug . ( It may not be green , but if not it would be black or grey , not a colour )
I know this is tedious but the basics have to be done first . No green light means no power . If you feel all the connections are o.k. switch the power button ( if there is one ) on the speakers ON and OFF repeatedly . There maybe be a bit of muck inside the switch .
Please report back and let us know how you got on .
Please excuse SRX660 , didn't notice you had posted till I had
Edited by Topaz, 13 September 2008 - 05:10 AM.