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    Logi speakers not working in vista

    hey guys i have these http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/sto...ory_oid=-29775

    now they work with xp but when i upgraded to vista they dont work... tryed front ports and back but no joy... but when i look in the hd audio manager it shows that sound is being put through... any help ?
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    Re: Logi speakers not working in vista

    :O really? thats worrying cause ive got these speakers and im just about to upgrade to vista... have you tried drivers off the logitech website. and have you tried using other speakers.. maybe your mobo is faulty. vista causes so many problems...

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    Re: Logi speakers not working in vista

    I have those speakers and they work fine under Vista64 with no need for any drivers.

    However I found that unlike XP, if you have even one of the input jacks in the wrong "hole" it doesn't work at all, and depending on your mobo/soundcard the colours may not always match. Check the manuals and make sure that the front, rear and sub jacks are connected appropriately.

    You may also need to adjust the audio settings - I found the default was set pretty low volume wise.

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    Re: Logi speakers not working in vista

    Have a look in the sudio panel, disable and re-enable the corresponing jacks and it should sort it I had the same problem when upgrading to Vista.
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