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No sound I needed to take pc for new power pack. I did not do the disconnecting ,now there is a purple plug coming from the speakers (not a small male...larger more like a charger type plug) there is no sound I cannot see where this plug goes .any help appreciated

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  • tomsam123 Jun 09, 2008

    I forgot to say this is an old packard bell similar to SL 9553 PC

    Tomsam

  • tomsam123 Jun 09, 2008

    There is already one (Green) in the green socket and all the sockets are small males,green light blue and pink/purple.

    Tomsam

  • Anonymous May 12, 2009

    My cmputer just came back from the repair shop and the same thing, a purple lead with no where for it to plug in....hence no sound. I phoned them and he doesn't seem to understand?!!

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Try to connect it in the green socket (circular) at the back of your computer

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