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My speakers are pluged in but there not working.. my computers saying that threres no device pluged in.

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Troubleshoot the issue by plugging in a different set of speakers or head phones into your computer.

If the new pair of speakers/headphones works, then your other speakers are broken.
If the new pair of speakers/headphones do not work, then the problem is with your computer audio, and I would recommend updating the drivers.

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