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No sound where do i plug in my speaker jack

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  • Anonymous Nov 23, 2008

    i had a hp monitor that my speakers pluged into and also pluged into my hp computer i bought a new acer moniter and dont no how to hook up speakers to it have any suggestions

  • Anonymous Nov 28, 2008

    had to change monitors on my hp pc i have bought a ctx s760a but can get no sound

  • Jj lawrence Jan 16, 2009

    my BenQ cpu does not work with my monitor.i can not play a cd with eg windows media player and hear any sound.but when i play an audio cd with the cpu without switching on the monitor it produces sound

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I'm not sure why this is a monitor question. The back of your computer will have a stereo jack, either green in color, or marked with a picture of headphones. Plug your speakers into that.

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