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No sond on my speakers

Hello there. I used to have a packard bell Imedia 5106 home PC (256 Ram).
I have just changed the processor to a 2 gig tower but i have no sound on my speakers. I have plugged in two jack leads but there is a third connector and there seems to be no plug for it to go into.
The new processor is not a Packard Bell but all the other connectors have seemed to be installed apart from the one connector.

Can you help

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Re: No sond on my speakers

Make sure that the connection toward your speaker firmly check. If your are sure of the connection and no sounds at all. Maybe its time you to upgrade and reinstall all the drivers of your system. OIf you have CD/DVD Utilities enclosed into your system please insert and install the necessary driver. If not solve notify me for further instruction.

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Re: No sond on my speakers

Does computer work start up ok with new cpu did u do fresh formatt install when u install new cpu u should formatt it al redo xp on it also u need more ram 256mb way low least 512 mb more ok if u need help and beat prices im open for live chat thx nick helpap

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