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Sound I had unhooked the ViewSonic and now I don't have any sound. I hooked the microphone (pink) back in and and a (green) in the ext output. It's only the sound that I'm having problem

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Thank you but I figured it out.

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Front inputs? (green and pink not working)


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Make sure you have the volume up in your Audio/Sound properties and make sure you don't have the speakers on mute. Also make sure you turn the speakers on and turn the volume up on them.

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PINK -- if you have a microphone, connect it here

GREEN -- if you have a headset, or you have external speakers, connect it here,
to get 2-channel stereo output ("left" and "right").

BLUE -- if you have an iPod (or iPod Touch), or audio-cassette player, and you want to feed the "audio-output" from those devices into a program that will record the sound on the "line-input" port on your computer, then you need to connect this port.

Since your new motherboard does not support 5.1 audio-output, you need to purchase a sound-card that has GREEN and PINK and ORANGE and BLACK sockets, so that you can get sound into the "middle" and "back-left" and "back-right" speakers.

Or, just connect the GREEN, to use your speakers in two-channel mode.

You'll also need to access the web-site for the manufacturer of the motherboard, to download the correct device-drivers for the audio-hardware embedded onto the new motherboard, in order to get _ANY_ output out of your sound-card.

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Well first of all, is it hooked up properly?

I had a viewsonic which had both speakers and a mike. So you need to connect 3 things:
1) The vieo siganl,
2) The (usually) green ouput from your PC sound card ouput to the minitor speaker input,
3) The (usually) pink cord from the monitor's mike-out to your sound card mike input.

Then, next, there are controls on the Viewsonic, one is a mute function. Turn off the mute and crank the output level all the way up, those little speakers do not have much punch to them.

Finally, you need to go to your sound card's control panel, and turn up the volume to the speakers, and of course, turn off the mute.

Another thing you may want to do is test your sound card outputs with a real pair of speakers... (Surely someone will loan you a pair for a minute -- ordinary CD player speakers would do.)

Good Luck!

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Hello,
Generally your headset will have a green plug and a pinkish plug at the end of the cord. The green cord is for headphones/sound output and the pink cord is for the microphone/sound input.
Look in the back of your computer case, not the screen. The case is the box the screen/keyboard/mouse is connected to. behind the case you should see the pink/green/purple round outlets in a row. Green plug goes into the green outlet and same with the pink. Please rate me well if this helped.
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