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I plugged all the right wires in the right place but my computer can not fined the specker

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You have three choices for speaker. so in other words a 33% chance of getting the right one. they are sometimes colour coded. quickest way i do it if i'm not sure is to start windows media player with a song and change holes till i get the right one. The other problem could be an incorrect driver for sound. did you reinstall the operating system or make other upgrades ?

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