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Built in speakers not regestering on computer

Monitor is plugged in properly to the back of the computer, and yet the speakers built in the monitor are not working. The computer doesn't even recognize it as speakers. The computer says there is no audio system plugged in.

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Do you have a Sound Card installed in your computer, if not. Buy one at any local pars store. Now, if you have one installed. Then you must update your drivers or you are plugging your cable to a wrong output. Use the light green 1/8" connection.

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