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    Need Help with Bose Companion 2 Speakers for computer

    I have a Dell Optiplex 9010 and I started using Bose Companion 2 Speakers with it with no problems. Now all of a sudden, the speakers won't work...no sound....I run windows 10 on this computer......

    NE 1 know a fix for this? Thanks in advance

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    Go into audio and make the correction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Train View Post
    Go into audio and make the correction.
    I'm not sure what you are saying.....I installed Windows 7 codec.....same result.....no workie......reinstalled Windows 10 codec....same result.....somehow a windows update screwed up my Bose Companion 2 speakers......cause they worked without issues until now.......

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    Well there are all kinds of adjustments thaqt can be made
    http://en.community.dell.com/support...517/t/19629401

    You have the Windows Sound and most likely realtec for for adjustments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Train View Post
    Well there are all kinds of adjustments thaqt can be made
    http://en.community.dell.com/support...517/t/19629401

    You have the Windows Sound and most likely realtec for for adjustments.

    I went to link you provided and tried all things there......still no sound

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    Sorry, it has me beat.

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    First you have to isolate what went wrong. Test the speakers by plugging them into your smartphone or iPod. Yes, that will actual work - provided that the speakers (and their built-in amplifier) work. If no joy, the speakers are the culprit and you have to figure out if they are getting power.

    If the speakers work when connected to the other source, you should uninstall your PC audio drivers and install them again. That usually does it.

    If you have a USB headset or any other headset connected, disconnect them while testing.
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