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My speakers are plugged in and have power to them but I can't get any sound from them

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First make sure you are plugging your speakers in the green socket in the back of the PC.
Then press [WIN]+[R] on the keyboard and enter "sndvol32" without the quotes in the "Open" box. (WIN is the key with the windows flag, between the CTRL and ALT keys).
That will run the volume control software of your PC. Make sure that nothing is muted and that all the sliders are at least at the medium position, specially the "Volume control" and "wave" controls.

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