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I moved my computer. Hooked it back up and now the side speakers do not work. They power on but no sound . tried several connections. USB is plugged in and the green to green connection is in. checked all other volume controls.

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Hi

Please can you advise if you have 2 sound cards installed

You will know this by looking at the back of the computer, the sound card wil have 3 ports coloured Purple/Dark Green and Light green

Your speaker connection needs to go into the light green and will have a symbol above it like this ))(left arrow)

If there are 2 sets of ports then try one and if that fails try the other if there is only one plug your speaker conneciton into the light green port

Regards

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