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Connecting speakers to Computer

Just bought a Acer Aspire X1700
No Manual came with the computer.. Acer Website has limited instructions on recovery and other items but the speakers have a USB plug and another plug.. There are multiple plugs in the back of the computer to add a home theater but I don't know which of them to plug the speakers that came with the computer into..

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    No manual with the computer (Acer Aspire X1700). Speakers have a USB cable and a regular cable. There is no port on the computer for the other cable that is attached to the USB cable to plug into. Usually there is a picture of speakers or something but not on this computer. Anyone else had the same issue and have solved it. The computer says that everything is working but there is no sound.

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It's usually the green plug that you hook up speakers to. If you look closely at the sound card area of your computer, you will see little pictures telling you which one is for the mike, line in & speaker.

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