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Old 08-10-2007, 01:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, I just got my parts and built my system and let me start off by saying that its an awesome machine.. I appreciate all the help in getting the parts together.

My problem right now however is that the sub on my Logitech Z2300 speakers will not work. My motherboard is a Gigabye p35-ds3r and for some reason when I open the sound options and I chose 2 channel speakers it has no option for a sub.

Any help would be much appreciated.
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have u check ur connections?
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yes, everything is connected correctly, and i tried installing the new drivers for the motherboard but there is still no option for a 3 channel system

do i need a sound card? thats what my buddy suggested but it just doesn't seem right.
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You're sub could be broken. Have you tried using another sub? Try switching the audio connections to your computer around to see if you can get any sound from it.
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well i know its not broken because i had it hooked up to my laptop before i built the computer and it worked fine.

ive only had these for a couple days.
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