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Speaker Problem Thanks in advance. I plugged in some external speakers, then unplugged and plugged back in... within some 10 seconds. The external speakers worked fine, but after restarting my computer, I noticed the internal speakers stopped working. I ran the computer through "restore" to a time I knew the speakers worked, but... no dice. The internal speakers don't function. The external and headphones work fine. Help! Paavo.

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Nothing is wrong. Most computers automatically turn off the internal seakers after the external seakers are connected. Go to cntrol pannel and see what you can do under audio options or some such equivelent. Check back with more problems,
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