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My audio out port is only playing on the right side......the both speakers on the laptop itself plays fine

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  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    Hi! i have the same problem ... my Dell Inspiron 6400 had the same problem !!! HELP ME!!! XD

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You probley have the slider on one side insted of in the middel for the master volume control

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