Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
At the rear of your computer you will find the I/O, this is known as the In/Out of your computer mainboard.
Here you will find various input and output ports, these include USB, VGA out, DVI, HDMI, Firewire, e-sata, audio in/out, PS2 for mouse/keyboard, etc...
In this case we want to connect speakers to our computer, so we want to find the audio out 3.5mm jack. It is colour coded GREEN. Insert the speaker connector into the GREEN 3.5mm jack.
If you have a sound card installed you will need to plug the speaker connector into it's GREEN 3.5mm jack.
Below: The I/O of your Computer Mainboard, the red elipsis indicates the audio in/out. We are going to be using the GREEN one shown!
If at this point you don't get any sound from the speakers you will need to install the audio drivers for your specific computer mainboard/sound card.
Use the CD provided with your Mainboard/Sound Card alternatively use Google!
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