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check wether the sound icon is ticked in to mute in the system tray(seen on the right side of the screen)check wether you have installed the correct device driver for it .Check wether you have inserted the jack correctly in the green one.If not check another working speaker in the same computer.

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Posted on Jul 05, 2008

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