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Here is the User Manual for your computer. Everything is identified on the back of the computer on Page 14. Plug your speakers into LINE IN, a little more than halfway down on the left hand side.

Good luck!

http://www.kb.sony.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=PCVJ100PDF&sliceId=pdfPage_2&docTypeID=DT_MANUAL_1_1&dialogID=25456721&stateId=1%200%2025458475

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    What a lovely daughter, how very nice of her,

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