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Internal Monitor speakers

Since Ive hooked my computer back up, I can't seem to get the internal speakers to work again. The volume buttons look like they go up and down, there just is no sound. Any suggestions? Thanks! I HOOK MY SPEAKERS IN MY COMPUTER AND I CANT HERE A THING EXCEPT STADICH

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Re: Internal Monitor speakers

Have you plugged its connection to your sound card on the pc? Check the connection again. it will help you.

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