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External speakers I attached an external monitor to the laptop and now the speakers do not work.I received an external speaker with the monitor and i would like to know how to attach it.Can I plug it in to the headphone outlet or is htere a better solution. Please

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  • okos Nov 09, 2007

    Thanks, I attached the speakers now the only problem I have is that the sound is very weak.

    I have gone into the control panel and adjusted all it still weak. I have modified that it knows it is aspeaker and not a headset still very weak.

    Any suggestions

    Please help



  • okos Nov 09, 2007

    I have dne all that and it still faint



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You should right click on the speaker icon in the tray on the right hand side of your task bar (forget if that is what it is called) and make sure that all of the settings are high enough (Open Volume Control). Specifically the "Volume Control", "Wave Control", and "CD Control". If the problem is that your laptop cannot power the speakers you can always buy either powered speakers or USB connected speakers.

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You should be able to attach the speakers to the headphone outlet with no problem.

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