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No sound from my new monitor

Just bought a new monitor that has the speakers mounted on it and now, after unplugging the old speakers there's no sound. How do I fix this?

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Just check the problem area
first go to sound setting by click on sond icon on task bar and set the speaker on.
if not get possitive result then chech sond by using head phone make sure sound drivers working properly or not if not then reinstall the sound driver

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