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No sound from monitor speakers

Had sound when I had external speakers hooked up. Removed them and ther is no sound from monitor speakers. Everything ok in the volume settings; stereo monitor speakers is selected. Don't see any hardware conflicts

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    unable to hear sound thru monitor speakers\external speakers not hooked up

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The monitor must plug into the PC as the external speakers did.

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