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Problem with volume

I just got a new (used) computer, and am happy with it, but there is no sound. Speakers are plugged in, and were working earlier when tech person brought it over and set it up. Thanks....

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If it was working before, then the problem could be just loosened connections. Just insert the terminals firmly. Also, used computers tend to have broken wires, so check for damage on your wirings and cables.

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