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Mt computer did not come with speakers,so i ordered them yesterday.at the bottom of my commputer it says no audio device was installed.ddoes that mean i have to add something else beesides speakers or the audio still won,t work?

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Check the backside of your tower n see if ther's and female stereo jack or not. if it does then ur computer has sound card so all u need is some speakers.

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