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I have plugged the speakers into a working outlet, and the speakers are connected to each other. To connect to the computer, I put it into the green insert. I can hear static coming out of the speakers, but no sounds from the computer will come out. When I try to trouble shoot, it does not even acknowledge that the speakers are hooked up. Any help you could give would be much appreciated. Thank you.

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  • Jose Quiñones Jr. May 20, 2011

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Try the speakers in some other desktop/laptop computer, to verify that the speakers are working correctly.

Try a different pair of speakers in your computer, to see if your computer is correctly sending "sound" through that 'green' port.

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