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Be sure you plugged the plugs into the right ports on the back of the stereo.
From the computer: ensure you plugged the cables into the Auxilary Out, or Out jacks of the sound card.
On the stereo: ensure you plugged the cables into any open set of Auxilary In jacks.
Once you verify your cables are plugged in correctly, verify the input on the stereo is set properly. Set your stereo's source or input to "Auxilary" or "Auxilary 1 or 2." This allows the stereo to pull input from the cables running into the appropriately selected Auxilary source.
That should help hopefully.
If you still can't get sound, double check your computer's sound card settings and be sure the sound card is working properly.
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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