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External speaker problem.


fedex1969

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A few months ago my pc started playing up then gave up all together. After getting it fixed, new motherboard, all seemed fine when I switched it on. Then after plugging in printer, speakers, etc. I had the same problem. I had it fixed AGAIN, another £80, and the same thing happened. It turns out the guy reckons my external speakers were faulty. The pc worked perfectly when I bought the speakers, about 18 months previous. I am worried about plugging the speakers in again if it's going to cause another malfunction. I'm wary of using the speakers on another pc in case that one breaks. Any suggestions would be gratefully received.

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KRONOS the First

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How can you sell them at a car boot sale if they are knackered?

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lotvic

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note to self: don't buy speakers at a car boot sale...

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