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Z-5500 Speakers on PowerMac G5 Dual 2.3 running Tiger

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I am at a loss. I was running Tiger years ago with these speakers working just fine, I upgraded to Leopard and nothing changed. Recently my hard drive **** out on me. I lost the Leopard back up discs so I'm running Tiger again but this time my computer won't recognize the speakers. I have searched for hours and hours for an answer. Is there anyone that has had a problem similar to this and/or a resolution?
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