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Which jack do i plug my speakers in & why dont they work in any

I dont know which audio jack to plug my speakers in to and i try them inn evry one it still wont work

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  • gmaok Mar 08, 2009

    i have jcb speakers and i recently moved my computer and unplugged the speakers. they were working fine untill i tried to plug them back in, and now they dont work. i have a hp pavillion a1730n and i have checked speaker settings and everything.

  • Anonymous May 01, 2009

    i have just deleted everthing of my computer as it had broke and now my newly bought 2.0 speakers will not work they are plugged in but usually before my computer broke a window would pop up sayng a jack has been installed but does not now i have also tried device manager but nothing has worked so far x

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Plug them into the one that has the green ring around it,

you might have to config them in controll panel then audio settings :)

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