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I have a packard bell i media 5067 tower and I can't find my user manual. I just need to know where the audio jack is inserted. what colour is the socket? pink looks like a mic socket, therefore is it green or blue?

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The green is usually the audio out and the blue is audio in.
To test the jacks to determine which is which, insert an audio CD in the CD/DVD drive to get audio sound and plug headphones into the each of the jacks, the one without sound will be the audio in.

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