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Make & model of computer?
Did anything precede this issue - hardware/software issues, hardware install/uninstall, virus, electrical issue?
Since I don't know what type of PC or sound card/device you have, check to make sure your sound is enabled in your BIOS.
The rear jacks are meant for external speakers, front jacks are meant for headphones. I'm assuming:
- The speakers used to work in the rear jacks?
- You have them in the correct jack?
- Powered on?
If your rear jacks are on a sound card, you can try pulling & reseating the sound card inside your PC.
If the rear jacks are on board (integrated into the motherboard and the back panel of the PC), it is possible that the jacks could be damaged or the speaker cables/connectors could be bad.
Don't rule out tampering as well. Sometimes ppl or co-workers play jokes and turn things off or change settings (like sound). I have a customer who has built-in sound in his LCD display; his co-workers like to disable his sound via the OSD LCD (on screen display) settings, then they laugh as he tries to fix it by going into the sound settings in Windows Control panel.
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