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please help! i just got some new speakers, 4 speaker surround sound with a subwoofer, and i hooked them up right, but there is no sound coming from 3 of the speakers, and the sound from the one speaker is not nearly as loud as it should be, you have to hold the speaker to your ear to hear it. i know they work, i hooked them up to my dvd player and they work fine. i have checked all the sound settings and its still not working. please help!

oh and i am getting a lot of errors on my computer, like A LOT! i have regestry mechanic, pc bug doctor, pc powerscan, and it still has a lot of errors. its irritating. :tazz:
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I've had the same problems, without the errors. Try this - go to control panel (double-click the "My computer". Find and open the "Sounds and Audio Devices" icon. Click the "spekers" button. Click on "Speaker Setup", and see if you can find the settings that match what you have for speakers.

Close all this afterward, and then click the speaker icon in the lower right to adjust the overall sound and balance.

This may help. If you need more, someone else will have to join in. This is about all I know and it helped me when I had speaker issues.

Good luck.
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