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Problem with geting sound out of my external speakers.

Hello, I have been having a little problem getting sound out of my external speakers plugged into my laptop. All I hear is white noise and faint sound coming out of them, is there a solution to this problem?

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Adjust your sound or check the volume on the speakers itself, or try adjusting the sound on the computer, and check the sound card

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