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Had sound but not now and the input jacks are real loose

I did have sound up until 2 weeks ago and the input jacks to plug in speakers is real loose.I went to best buy and walmart and at best buy i was told that the sound card can't be replaced because it's built right in woud that be the case for a 4 or 5 year old computer

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Yes that is possible but if you have any pci slots left buy an inexpensive sound card adn install it and just disable the sound on the motherboard in the BIOS

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2nd. Power is plugged into the green round jack. (occasionaly in black for digital)

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