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    Surround Sound Not So Surround?

    About a month or two ago, I bought some 5:1 surround sound speakers from the Creative Ebay store (refurbished). However, about 4 days ago I realized that no sound was comming out of them. I am haven't changed the way anything is plugged in, an am very confused as to why there is no sound comming out of them. Anyone have any ideas?
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    did u configure your speaker options
    ?

    check your control panel / sound and audio devices /

    under speaker settings make sure you choose 5.1

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    What sound card do you have? That can also make a difference.
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    did you remember to plug them in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Guvernment
    did u configure your speaker options
    ?

    check your control panel / sound and audio devices /

    under speaker settings make sure you choose 5.1

    I'll go with option #1....
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