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They work on my itouch but not on my computer

They work on my itouch but not in the headphone jacks on my computer

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If the jack on the headphone fits firmly in the audio jack it should work unless you have 2.5mm headphones with a 3.5mm jack on the computer which would make you have to buy a new jack. Also try updating the sound driver on your computer.

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