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No audio I just hooked up this monitor and somehow lost sound, cant listen to music, am I missing a cable or something. I only had the power and the 1 cable for the monitor

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  • redlessi Dec 08, 2007

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No way monitor is causing the problem.Could be driver related issue.
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