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Loss of sound after moving house.

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Hello everyone.
After moving house a few days ago I set up my PC to find that I have lost all sound. I was using a simple Logitech set of speakers which served me well, until my PC was unplugged and moved to my new place.

The volume bar still registers sound activity, such as when I activate I-Tunes. But the speakers play nothing. I've tried everything on Vista to find the problem, but I only get messages telling me that everything is 'working properly'.

The speakers connect to my pc with two cables; one with a pink head and the other with a light green head. I've plugged these into matching colour ports on the back of my PC and it still doesn't work.

I really can't explain any more. Does anyone have any idea what is preventing me from hearing sound now? Thanks in advance for any comments or suggestions.
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Are the speakers powered by electric?
Have you tried a different pair of speakers?

Check speaker connection to back of system
Check volume control in windows by doing the following:
Go to Start and The Run
Type in sndvol32.exe and press Enter
Make sure Master Volume is not muted and turned up
Check Cd Player volume is not muted and turned up
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