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Where do you have you speakers plunged in?  How many plugs are there?   What colout are they?


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Speakers are plugged into the back of my tower ... there are 3 ... one is black, one yellow and the other a light mint green ..

 

The other end of the speakers come from a base box which the speakers are also plugged into with two cables and the base is plugged to a power strip ..


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Maybe I missed it! but does the system run OK?


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Yes it is running nice and smoothly ..


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OK, good.

Go, > start, > programs, > Creative Media Lite, > click to start.   Look for a configuration tab or window or there may be a Setup wizard.


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No nothing to configure and there is no wizard ..

 

Looks like its a program to mix a cd


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OK.   Write it down as a program to uninstall and, Creative ZEN Stone User's Guide.

 

From the Programs Menu, click Digital Line Detect, should be just under the Dell entries. 


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From the start menu?? Dont see that on the start menu > All programs .. is that where u want me to look??


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Nevermind .. misread your instructions .. found it in my programs installed .. what do i do next??


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It should be under Start, All Programs.

If you are seeing it under >  Control Panel, Add remove Programs?   If, under Options, there is a Repair Tab, click it.   If Repair is not listed, please exist Control Panel.

 

Looking for other options.


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I did the repair feature .. restarted the computer as it required it ... but still no sound :(


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Please go to > http://www.dell.com/...on-9150/drivers

Click on the Show me driver updates by …post a screenshot of the results. 

 
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I am sorry but I am  confused as to what to do once on that page ..


Edited by Lexy610, 22 May 2014 - 11:10 AM.

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Gday.

We only needed to see the results and I don't think there are any upgrades displayed that would make much difference to your system performance, so nothing more to do on that page,   I was hoping for a sound upload.

 

Please go to start > Setting > control panel > on the top menu, click View > click List.

Please take a screenshot and add to your next reply.

 

It is OK to use the computer in between doing tasks, just don't install programs or use cleaning or optimizing tools. 


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