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No sound from monitor

Can't get sound coming from my monitor speakers?? it only comes out of the stand speakers which are not part of the computer? thanks claire

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  • scumdee Jan 20, 2008

    None on mute and monitor up full

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Check settings on the actual monitor or right bottom corner of your screen double click on a little speaker and check its not on mute or set down.

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