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Sound I was not getting any sound to come out of my speakers. I purchased a new set of durabrand speakers that says is pc compatible but I still have no sound. Could you please help

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Hi,

the problem would not be the speakers it maybe your audio card. you will need to get the driver for your system model's audio card.


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