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I would like to know where i can plug in a new sound card, as the one which is built in has broken.

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There are 3 possible scenarios:
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  2. You have a "built-in" sound card
  3. You have no sound card
External sound cards are separate extension cards that is plugged into the CPU to give it additional functionality like giving a high definition sound through high specs sound cards. It looks like below:
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And when inserted in the CPU, it gives you an extended sound port at the back like below:


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While built-in sound cards are those that are already provided by the motherboard that your computer has. The provide the same sound ports especially the color for the ports since these are industry standards.

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Please take a look at the rear part of your computer. If there is, then you've got a sound card plugged in. Now make sure the necessary software is installed.

  1. Right click "My Computer" and click "Properties"
  2. Click the Hardware tab and click the "Device Manager" button. Locate the "Sound ... group and you should see if there are red "x" or yellow question marks "?" there. If there are, you need to install the software for your sound card.
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