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Hooked computer up wrong.

I was going to have my computer up greaded unhooked it, but now I
hooked it back up I have no sound. I can't find the scamatic on where the cords that have like a pitchfork on them go. My speakers are on the monitor and there are 2 of these cords 1 is for the printer and other is for the sound.
Can you please HELP me?

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Your cable that looks like a y the y side goes to your monitor for right and left the bottom of the y single plug goes to yyour tower sound jack usually card marked with sound icon circle with waves. put your music on ,on pc put the jack in one plug at a tme til you hear your music, you probably have three or four jacks.

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