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Where is the speaker bar plug on a dell monitor


This plugs into the tower unit sound output. It is on the back of the tower and will have a speaker icon. There is no sound out on a common dell monitor.

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How to double check speaker hook up on asus desktop computer


maybe they have the volume muted. Check to make sure the volume is not muted and that the speakers are plugged into the light green port in the back of the computer.

Make sure the volume on the physical speakers are turned on and turned up. And make sure the volume in the Audio Sound Properties it turned up and not muted.

If you see the speaker megaphone at the bottom right near the time click on it to adjust the properties.

You can click Start/Control Panel and look for Sound or Audio properties.

May 02, 2012 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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Speakers are hooked up but no sound


maybe they have the volume muted. Check to make sure the volume is not muted and that the speakers are plugged into the light green port in the back of the computer.

Make sure the volume on the physical speakers are turned on and turned up. And make sure the volume in the Audio Sound Properties it turned up and not muted.

If you see the speaker megaphone at the bottom right near the time click on it to adjust the properties.

You can click Start/Control Panel and look for Sound or Audio properties

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Old Altec Lansing (no model number on them but they're at least 10 years old) speakers won't work on new Dell Optiplex desktop. They still work on the old Dell Dimension they were on and work on a Del


I have a similar set of Boston Acoustics speakers, which work fine for my tower.
I find it hard to believe that they would just fail outright, and also that (unless you bought an upgraded sound system) you would have digital-only for your audio.
I would recommend to check the basics first.
  1. Check the speakers on another device. Mp3 player will work fine.
  2. check the sound card on your computer (use a set of headphones or another speaker set).
  3. If you find they weren't plugged in, powered on, etc. resolve that. Usually the power plugs are black, and only fit in one spot. The audio cable to plug into the computer is similar to a headphones jack (3.5mm). On most computers the audio output (speakers) port is colored green.
  4. If none of these get you fixed, go into the control panel and click the sounds icon. From there you can view your volume levels (is the sound muted?), view your playback device (it might have a hardware problem, or be disabled), and test the settings.
  5. If you are still stuck after this please also post your version of windows, and the make/model of your computer. If you know it, the type of audio device you are using would also be helpful. (if it's a Dell standard device or perhaps an upgraded Creative or other brand device + model #)
Thanks for asking, and Good Luck!

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I have dell vostro 200 slim tower. win xp pro sp3... originally this computer had vista installed but there was no restore cd so when it crashed my friend gave it to me. i used my xp cd and everything...


Have you tried some external powered speakers or even some headphones?
The problem may just be a dead speaker in your case or even a loose or misplaced jumper wire from the speaker to the motherboard.
Good luck, hope this helps. Post back if you're still stuck.

Jan 28, 2011 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Where does the Microphone plug in to the Dell Vostro200


Depending on the chassis-style of your Vostro 200 (Slim-line or Tower), you may have one or more options for installing a microphone.
See below for instructions:
A. Slim-Line Model
There are two locations on this model (by default).
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Front: You have the power button, then 2 x USB ports, 1 x Headphone jack-out, and 1 x Microphone jack-in.
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Rear: There is a block of six audio connectors, looking only at the bottom 3 (red, green & blue).
Red = Microphone jack-in Green = Speaker/Audio jack-out Blue = Audio jack-in

B. Tower Model
There is one location on this model (by default):
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Rear: There is a block of six audio connectors, looking only at the bottom 3 (red, green & blue).
Red = Microphone jack-in Green = Speaker/Audio jack-out Blue = Audio jack-in

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Dell Asus M2N61-AX MB front panel connector Nix ATX Gaming case


I assume you mean the HDD,reset,on switch etc where they plug onto the mobo.

Most mobos are labelled on the board but you will need good eyesight to read. They are labelled HDD, RESET, SPEAKER etc.

If not simply look up mobo manual from vendors site. You will need the DELL serial / part number from the old unit though.

Apr 29, 2010 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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My dell computer will not recognize the logitech speakers. I think it is something to do with the usb plug in versus a normal "jack" type plug in. I am using Vista as my OS>


Ok firstly make sure that the the speakers are connected to the green port at the back of the system tower. connect the usb cable to the usb port.

check with a headphone if there is sound . If sound is present then connect the speakers as above and then click start control panel - sounds - on this screen see if the speaker icon has a green check mark beside it , if not then click on the speakers and click use default device option present at the bottom of the screen. This should fix it.

In cases where the screen is greyed out .
strt - rgt click on computer - manage - device manager - audio device - chcek if ter is a yellow ! or red X beside it al;so check if you see other devices on screen
You could reinstall the audio drivers from the dell website support.dell.com for a DELL desktop . Reinstalling audio drivers should fix it.

try using the speaker on other system .

Hope its informative :)

Mar 31, 2010 | Logitech X-120 Computer Speakers

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Can i add any speakers to my dell vostro 200?


No you don't. As long as you can plug the speakers to the green port on the back of the computer, the speakers are powered and the volume knob on the speakers is turned all the way up. You should hear sound.

Also make sure the sound is not muted in windows.

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Asus m2n E Sli board audio


I had the same problem, and it went away when I connected the the front speakers via the 'ac97' connector from the case, instead of the HD audio connector. It seems using the HD audio connector, as well as using no connector and forgetting to put back the jumpers originally set over 2 of the front audio connectors pins, will cause no audio from the back ports.

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