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Connecting speakers to compacq computer

I recently moved and someone else took my computer apart. I tried to connect the speakers to the computer but ...NO SOUND! Maybe I am not connecting them correctly. Can you plug in the speakers to the monitor? Or do you have to connect them to the back...Also, what does the plug look like?
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Its a green round plug on the back of the pc

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