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Hi Bill. You can buy a small multimedia speaker package for very little money these days. A small subwoofer and a pair of speakers (called a 2.1 system) will give pretty reasonable sound if you are on a budget
Try to use earphones, plug them in to phone audio connector....
try if it works..... if so, disconnect them and plug speakers.... and try again.... if doesn't work, go to audio advanced setup and check if speakers are not muted, or set up voicevolume level is too low. Play with that setup....
Also some computers can turn on or off speakers in Bios.
If problem will not be solved, try to use USB speakers
does monitor have speakers if yes it will have a speaker connection with the video lead connect it to speaker output on computer. If monitor does not have speakers you will need to buy or use external ones