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No sound coming out of monitor

I am not able to get any sound out of the computer. There is no cable going into the 'audio in' plug on the back of the computer. This was a gift and I thought I had all the plugs to it but it seems as though I am missing a plug for the audio input. Please advise.

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Dear user, you need a 3,5 mm jack cable wich has the same connector on each side.
Plug it into the monitor and the GREEN output ( stanadard output color since pc'97) and it will sound, maybe you have to set the volume in the menu of the monitor.

Best wishes.

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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Did it stop working or has it ever worked before?

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