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Posted by Anonymous on
Firstly, check if your PC speaker if it's plug in on the right audio port (that's going to be the green port). Second, check your volume indicator, make sure it's all the way up. lastly, check if your audio driver is installed. You check it in device manager. (go to start button > control panel > system > device manager). If not, download the updated audio/sound driver.
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