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My internal computer speakers are disalbled. how do i enable them again

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If there is 'My Compiter' icon on your display screen, right click the mouse then select Properties,then click Hardware top button, then click Device Manager, then click the positive "+" sign of System Devices then click System Speaker then Enable at the use rectangular box option. Or you may use the Control Panel then select Performance & Maintenance. regards

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