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On the monitor cable there is a phono plug attached I have tried various sockets on the computer (Packet Bell CHO BOS) Can you help please Colin Wolstenholme 01787 463053.

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The computer you are working with is VERY VERY old. I would consider getting another computer if possible.

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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    Johnny Massengill Nov 12, 2008

    Colin,
    Forgive me, I'm from the USA and didn't realize that Packard Bell computers are still sold in other parts of the world. I'm very sorry for the advice I gave you.

    Good luck with fixing your problem
    Johnny Massengill


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