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Gx280 has sound through head phones no sound

Gx280 has sound through head phones. No sound through internal speaker. Mute is unchecked.Volume is up, driver in stalled correctly. Does it matter in settings what speaker setup u should have

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U should have a standard 2.1 for a normal speaker settings but if this doesnt work my guess would be the original soundcard is faulty or the speakers are try putting a 5.1 soundcard in an avail pci slot on the motherboard theese cost about 10 pounds off ebay

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