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Headset setup Hi there, I'm not vere good at computer's or set up any thing,but i'm learning slow, i was woundering where do you put your headset to talk with at on the computer, there is nothing on the back of the screen for one, where else could i look. Thank You, Sandy

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Hello,
Generally your headset will have a green plug and a pinkish plug at the end of the cord. The green cord is for headphones/sound output and the pink cord is for the microphone/sound input.
Look in the back of your computer case, not the screen. The case is the box the screen/keyboard/mouse is connected to. behind the case you should see the pink/green/purple round outlets in a row. Green plug goes into the green outlet and same with the pink. Please rate me well if this helped.
-Take Care,
-WN

Posted on May 09, 2008

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