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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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If they are not powered, are you sure you are plugged into the correct port on the PC? It will have 2 half circles with an arrow pointing outward.

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> Blue 15 pin or white 16 pin colour port is for monitor.
> 3 pin female port is for power cable for Computer Tower
>3 pin male power cable is for monitor
> Purple and green colour port is for Keyboard and mouse if they are ps2 (round connector) if usb then connect in any usb port.
>Small 3 colour ports Pink,Green,Blue is for sound.Connect only the Green colour cable coming from speaker to green port
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2 things are needed to get sound from your speakers:

1-wiring connecting your speakers to a socket to the back of the computer. (The spot they need to plug in to ON YOUR COMPUTER is a small light green circular socket. The other end of the plug you plug in here should run to one of your speakers *usually the right side speaker-the right speaker should then have separate wiring to connect the left speaker.)

2- A source of power.
Some speakers use their own power source and plug in to a power outlet - your wall. Other types have a USB type plug and plug into a USB port in your computer and that is how THOSE get their power.

Those are the basics of sound setup. Some computers are equipped with more complicated setups such as surround sound, subwoofers, digital and more. Reply if you need more help, I will try to assist you further.

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Hi

Please can you advise if you have 2 sound cards installed

You will know this by looking at the back of the computer, the sound card wil have 3 ports coloured Purple/Dark Green and Light green

Your speaker connection needs to go into the light green and will have a symbol above it like this ))(left arrow)

If there are 2 sets of ports then try one and if that fails try the other if there is only one plug your speaker conneciton into the light green port

Regards

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I suppose that you have plugged the green plug of the speakers in the green socket from the mainboard, in the back. And , of course, the speakers are still functional - try them with any other device that has a 3.5 mm plug.
Probably the audio setup was disturbed: unplug the speakers from the pc, reboot, plug in the speakers - the Audio Manager (the one that controls what and where is plugged) should open to ask you what has been plugged. If it doesn't do that unplug the speakers again and open it manually. If when you plug the speakers it doesn't sense that then the audio driver is busted - reinstall it.

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Hi,
Frankly speaking JIM , its better inversting in the new speakers. But however if you can tell the model number for the speakers , lemme check if we can find a power adapter for you.


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I foudn this in anther forum:
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it could be:
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  • you need to re-install the sound driver for the sound card or chip, un install first
  • make sure you have the speakers plugged into the green socket and it is turned on ,most speakers have a small light that comes on when the power is on
  • the sound card or chip has died.
good luck & please rate my efforts
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