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I hope I am in right forum. Windows 7, my sound is not working. I checked sound in control panel and it seems to be OK. But no sound is coming out. Yes, I have the speakers on. If I am in wrong forum, please let me know.
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Silly question,jacks in back PC in? Check the drivers in device manager any exclamation point? Is it showing in sound in control panel as default device?
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Thanks for the quick repl. I think I figured it out, yes all connections are in, but it seems my speakers are going, by pressing on on button, I am getting sound, intermittent, so new speakers are due. AGAIN, THANKS.
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One thing to check is a different USB (for power) or power plug port. I had that happening to some portable high end laptop speakers that went into a USB port for power, but the laptop had one USB port that wasn't properly grounded and made to give out that much power - So they were intermittently failing. I switched to one of the 3.0 ports and another set of USB's on the other side and then it'd work fine.

However, this may not be the case for you and new speakers are most certainly an option - I figured I'd just throw it out there to be safe.
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Thanks!
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Glad you figured it out,if need more help post more :thumbsup:
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