Why is my linux PC not picking up my speakers?

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Why is my linux PC not picking up my speakers?

I have Logitech X313 speakers, and have set them up correctly, as it works on my ipod. But my Linux PC will not register them, or even acknowledge they are there. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Answer by Khalil Wiederzan
Maybe your linux pc does not support the sound card or you do not have the drivers installed for the sound card. Or linux does not support your speaker (maybe). Or try replacing your sound card with a different one then install the drivers for it.

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  1. Sounds like your sound driver or card isn’t installed or supported.

    You can check by going to:

    System (On top of you desktop or where ever you have it.)

    then from there you gonna need to go to


    once you pulled up administrations you need to click on

    Hardware Drivers.

    from there you should see any drivers that haven’t been installed yet or driver options that you have for choices.

    Let me know if anything happens. 🙂

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