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Re-connecting speakers I just moved and am trying to re-connect my speakers but am not sure if I connect them to the PC or to the monitor.

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  • tina1962 Dec 01, 2007

    my speakers is just making noise. But no music

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Good Morning Skugurl
Try to remember how you put the cables,
but as a rule, put in the green and black , cables are sometimes set with this colors. see if not in mute on control panel, sound setting. or in the little speaker beside the clock.
test the sound with any CD Music?
Carl

Posted on Nov 18, 2007

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  • Are you experiencing sound problems only with particular games or programs? If you notice sound problems such as stuttering voices and static on some games or programs but not others, check with the software vendor for a software patch.
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