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Ok. First, to make sure you have your speaker plugged in right, by plugging your speaker cord(Should be a green tipped cord) into the green hole in your pc.
* Secondly, only if it still does not work, right click on My Computer and click Manage. Then click Device Manager.
Then i would like you to take a print screen of it for me. Do that by pressing the PrtScn/SysRq button on your keyboard.
Next click Start and click on Run. Then type 'mspaint' without the quotes and then press CTRL and V together and save that file and either email it to me or upload it to a website like www.imageshack.us and sending me the link.
Then i can proceed from there.
* - Only do this step if you do not get through with the first one...
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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