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How do i know where the grren cord goes, there is 2 different green slots and i tryed both of them

I tryed to hook up my speakers after i got my computer cleaned...and after that i am still having trouble trying to hook up the speakers..
there is this green cord that comes out of the speakers and i tryed to put it in the green slot but nothing is happening ..
do i have to install something so the speakers will work.?

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Re: how do i know where the grren cord goes, there is 2...

Hi, itryed
Well, first thing first! you mean, someone Format your computer? if so. Just see in device manager if the person install the correct drivers for yous specific sound card . (device manager) if not install them from the CD that is drivers for your computer. (sound)
then put the cables and check!
that should do the trick

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