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First you need to be sure they are plugged into your computer. The sound cable will have green ends. One end plugs into the monitor in the rear near the video input. The other end plugs into your compuer in the green hole.
Assuming the speakers are OK and assuming your sound works--good drivers, etc.--then check your volume and you're good to go.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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