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Advent ADE-210F lost operating manual

Whilst putting more memory into the computer everything was unplugged. The only thing I cant get back is the use of the speakers - I have the operating instructions but not the manual which shows what plus is what!

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  • petermcinnes Feb 02, 2009

    i unplugged my speakers. now i cant remeber what setting i have to go into , to restore the volume on my computer

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Unplugged speakers now no sound is coming out of them

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