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I only have volume coming from headphones. There is no volume coming from the built in speakers on the monitor once I have taken headphones out. I have done as many relevant checks as I can, ie: none of the boxes are muted, checked volume levels.

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You probably have a sound cable which needs to be connected from your monitor to your computer. Have a look to see if there are any other jack type sockets on the monitor. If there are the chances are you need to cable it up.

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