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USED TO HAVE AUDIO, MOVED MONITOR, NOW NO AUDIO

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Mcdevito75 here, Check all connections at the back of the computer, Hope this helps.. Also check the volume control at your keyboard and at the monitor tray, lower right side of screen.

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