I have a dual boot of Fedora and Windows, and when I boot into Fedora, my headphones work fine. When I boot into Windows 7 64bit, my headphones don't work. My laptop speakers work fine however, and I tried re-installing drivers. I made sure that my headphones are the default playback device, and I only have one headphone jack.
Other people who had this issue solved it by replacing their audio jack, but for me that is not a problem because the audio jack works fine when I boot into Fedora.
I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system
It's worked out well for many of us in the past.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)
Normally, the "Speakers" (PC sound) is set as the Default Playback device and not Headphones. In fact, newer RealTek sound systems do not even show the Headphones when plugged in.
Are you using the correct sound drivers? Not the generic Windows installed High Definition Audio Codec.
What all is listed in the Device Manager, Sound section?
I have an Hp625 running Windows 7 Basic 32 bit - I can play music through my laptops built in speakers without any problems, but when I plug headphones (or external computer speakers) into the headphone jack no sound comes through them (and simultaneously the laptop speakers go mute). My computer is dual boot with ubuntu, and this problem appeared when I upgraded my Ubuntu version - still, I know that the jack works as it is working fine in Ubuntu, and Im sure the problem is fixable within windows!
I have tried for HOURS to fix this problem, and attempted everything obvious, plus read many threads on similar topics. Please help. My computer is using the IDT audio control panel, and according to windows everything us up to date and fine. BUT ITS NOT PLEASE HELP.
Are you experiencing the problem in windows or in ubuntu? Have you installed the sound driver for ubuntu when you upgraded your version of ubuntu. Have you updated the sound driver for windows?Read other 4 answers
hello guys i know i am new here and this is my first post but i just really need help with this problem. so i took off the back of my sony vaio e series because the fan was overheating alot so i wanted to clean it out, so i did. when i put the laptop back together the sound was gone as well as the headphone and mic and usbs jacks. i can connect a usb on the other side through the esata jack and i can hook up and hdmi cable and it plays sound on the tv. i tried uninstalling the driver and reinstalling it and im trying to figure out what the problem is. but the thing is when i install the drivers i still dont have anything for the mic come up or the speakers just digital audio(hdmi) drive. i need ur help cuz im in college and i need this computer to work i only had it for 2 years and this is the first problem ive had. thanks in advance
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I do not recieve any sound from my laptop. The only device that's enabled is the Digital Audio (S/PDIF), there is no speakers device/icon available for me to select. No sound comes if I play anything with out headphones, and with headphones, still no sound.
Hi graffar and welcome to TSG. Whats the make and model of your laptop? Go into device manager and see if there are any exclamation marks in the sound devices. Let us know. Right click the start orb \ Properties \ taskbar tab \Notification area \ Customize. Make sure Volume is set for "Show Icon and Notifications" Check and see if the sound isn't muted in the control panel.
Recently, while playing unreal tournament, I realize there was no sound coming out of the speaker once I unplugged my headphones. I restarted thinking that it would fix the problem, but that didn't help, so I decided to uninstall and reinstall the sound driver from realtek, no good either. Finally I deicided to reformat my computer using the recovery partition. Reassuring myself that this will definitely solve the problem I was shock and confuse as to why no sound came out of the speaker after the recovery. After going to the Realtek sound control panel I realize that the computer thinks or detected that a headphone was plugged in when clearly it wasn't. The sound does work with the headphone in and I am sure the speaker is not damaged because the POST sound, "boommmmm", comes during bootup. I really don't understand what is going on, and I already reformatted the harddrive 2 times.
I have read that the problem can be temporarily solve by replacing the motherboard, but after about a week or two, the same problem will arise. I have also read that other brands including HP, DELL and Sony has similar problems.
I can live without the speakers but I am not sure if further problems will persist with this laptop, since its only been month that I have purchased it.
Thanks for many reply/help.
Just some real quick ideas
Speakers plugged into power outlet and on
Speakers plugged into back jack securely
(actually if you heard the startup booom sound, then they must be)
Sound volume up on speaker
Sound volume up on Windows
Sound volume up in the game that you are using
(That might be it)
If you play a song (through Windows media player) can you hear it ?
If so this must be an in game setting (ie mute sound) Please check all settings in the game.
My Dell inspiron 3542 laptop speakers are not working,but 3.5 mm jack is working fine.
Please help me out.
Hello.The problem could be either in the hardware or the software, so you need to test each. Perform the tests below -- it doesn't matter which one you do first.
To test the speakers, perform the Quick Audio Check in the ePSA test. If the speakers fail the test then they have failed or become disconnected. (Click the link for instructions on how to run the test.)
To test the software, switch between the Realtek audio driver and the Windows native driver. [This test assumes that your laptop has the Realtek audio driver. If you get to step 2 and do not see "Realtek High Definition Audio" then go to the Dell support page for your model and download the Realtek driver that Dell provides for the version of Windows that the laptop is running.]
1. Open the Device Manager (find it in the Control Panel, or type devmgmt.msc into the search box).2. Expand the "Sound, video & game controllers" and right click on "Realtek High Definition Audio".3. Select to "Update Driver Software".4. Click on "Browse my computer for driver software".5. Click "Let me pick from a list of drivers on my computer".6. Put a check in the box "Show compatible hardware" if not already checked.7. In the list of devices, click "High Definition Audio" (the native driver).8. Click "Next".9. On the Update Driver Warning box, click "Yes" (install the driver). 10. Restart the laptop if prompted. If not prompted,... Read more
Have been having this problem for a while now.
Every so often, the headhphone jack on my laptop just stops working after hours and hours of the laptop being on.
The built-in speakers of the laptop work fine. What happens is that while the computer is in use (after some random amount of time), any hardware plugged into the headphone jack of the laptop will not playback sound. This includes headphones, speakers and the like. The sound device manager in control panel shows sound being output, and if the headphones/speakers are disconnected, the audio plays fine on the built-in speakers on the laptop.
I haven't been able to figure out what exactly causes this problem. I have tried resinstalling the driver several times. I am 100% sure it isn't the headphones of the speakers that I use as I use these speakers and headphones on many other devices (phone, tablet etc.)
The only way that this issue gets fixed is if the computer is shut down and then rebooted (a restart doesn't work, the computer has to literally lose power for the problem to be fixed).
It seems very intermittent and I'm not sure how to approach this problem
One idea would be a look the power plan in use. If you are running with the default Balanced power plan you may be seeing that nterfere by conserving battery power temporarily turning the audio off being a constant drain. Another thought could be a result of the onboard audio chip itself getting too warm where the hardware protection circuit will then come in and deactivate all sound. That is usually seen as far as the cpu temp as well as other major components. The audio being onboard would also be monitored by the bios not so much by Windows.
The other possible cause of losing sound would be the headphone jack or the board end having a cold solder point getting warm and expanding just enough to break the connection until cooled off. The complete shutdown of power would tend to suggest a temp or regulation issue where either the power plan or temp monitoring would have to be watched. And one more thing would be setting the laptop on a fan cooled stand or effective notebook cooling pad to draw heat away from the unit if you are not already using one. Laptops are known to get quite warm with extended use since everything is packed into a tight space with the typical serious lack of air flow unlike the usual desktop with front, rear, and side or top case fans in use if not water cooled.
You have some things to consider in the list of things there. Increased overall cooling, not planning to use the laptop for extended periods of time which can allow for something to overheat i... Read more
I've recently bought a laptop online with no OS installed on it. I've installed Windows 7 Ultimate Edition and downloaded all drivers from the manufactures website. Everything works fine except there is no audio coming through the headphone jack or built-in speakers. I have spent majority of today looking online for answers on how to fix this issue and have found nothing that works.
The laptop model is a HP Pavillion dv6-1007tx.
Thanks in advance.
EDIT: When I plug in a HDMI cable to the laptop, sound comes through my TV.
Do you see any yellow (!) in the device manager? Are you sure you have installed the proper audio driver for Windows 7 64 or 32 bit?
I usually listen to music with speakers through the headphone jack. When I unplug the speakers, the music plays through the stock laptop speakers like it is supposed to do.
However, all of a sudden, the sound has only worked through these external speakers. It plays fine through the headphone jack, but when I unplug the speakers, the laptop speakers do not work.
I have restored the computer to an earlier point that I know they were working, but still nothing.
The laptop is a Dell Inspiron E1705.
Any help would be appreciated.
I don't know what happened, but they are working now.
I had to have the hard drive replaced in my computer due to a defect in the drive. Ever since the hard drive was replaced, the head phone plug-in that is on the face of the tower does not work, but the speaker plug-in that is located in the back of the tower, works just fine.
I cannot figure out what is wrong. The audio driver installed for my system was obtained from the Dell website along with the majority of my other drivers.
Any help would be great.
Dell Dimenstion E310 (Desktop)
Windows XP Professional SP3
Audio: Intel Integrated Audio
Do you know if the front panel audio jack is plugged into the motherboard?
I updated to Windows 8 today, and everything seemed to be going well until I tried playing music through my headphones. They worked fine on my iPhone, but once I plugged them into my laptop, no sound came out.
I ran windows updates today.
It looks like, with the "High Definition Audio Device" that you only have the basic function Windows installed sound drivers.
Try installing the PC Vendor's sound driver. Same way for HDMI install the Video Card vendor's drivers.
Hi, I have an HP Pavilion 17 Notebook PC. Over the past few months my headphone jack has not been working properly. It started off with the headphones having to be held in a certain place to prevent sound coming out of the speakers at the same time as the headphones (I have tried every pair of headphones i own) . Over time, this has been getting worse and now, sound comes out of the speakers regardless of whether i have any heaphones plugged in. The headphone jack is really wobbly and i'm assuming i'll need to take my pc to a repair shop?Thanks in advanceRead other answers
So today when I go to plug in my headphones into my laptop, the video I was trying to watch today still is playing through the main speakers. I tried multiple pairs of headphones and it still didn't work. The volume coming from the speakers doesn't even shut off, it just keeps playing even though I have headphones plugged in. Any suggestions?
Originally Posted by shortmantuff
So today when I go to plug in my headphones into my laptop, the video I was trying to watch today still is playing through the main speakers. I tried multiple pairs of headphones and it still didn't work. The volume coming from the speakers doesn't even shut off, it just keeps playing even though I have headphones plugged in. Any suggestions?
It is recommended to fill out your system specs. I have no idea what your system is or what audio driver/manager you are using.
If you have a realtek HD audio card- Install the audio manager, and set it to allow setting to pop up when jacks are used. That way you can tell it if you inserting headphones,mic, etc, and it will mute the external speakers and use the headphones-otherwise it plays out the speakers (this is common if you have a realtek card, and use the default Microsoft hd sound driver/software codecs. You may also note the "volume knob" does not work)
If you have a realtek card install the realtek driver/audio manager here:http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/...&GetDown=false
I have a sony vaio laptop running windows 7. As of the last couple days, there is a red light on the headphone jacks, and it will not work. I've update drivers, and system restore. Still no joy. Any suggestions?
Pull it apart and replace the audio jack
When I updated my computer was upgraded to windows 10, the headphone jack was working perfectly. All of a sudden, a few months ago, they wouldn't work. I tried everything that I could find. I tried reinstalling the IDT high definition audio CODEC. When I tried to update it, it came up with an error here: https://puu.sh/r6LQJ/678c26d003.png.I looked around my computer, and everything was plugged in correctly (I'm pretty sure). The headphone jack still dosen't work right now. It isn't the headphones; I plugged them in on my laptop, and they worked perfectly (also, it was brand new). I need help to fix them. Can someone give me a different method?Read other answers
I recently bought a Y50, only to discover that no matter what headphones I use, no sound will play. The actual speakers on the laptop work fine, I just cannot get any sound through headphones. I have tried messing with the drivers, but with no luck. Anyone have any idea what could be causing this? Or is my headphone jack busted?
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Welcome to the Lenovo Forums.
Just to verify, do you get a pop-up notification whenever you plugged-in a headphone / earphone?
- Link to picture
If yes then your issue is most likely similar to this article.As per these specs, the Y50 uses an audio combo jack (headphone and mic). Although this port supports various mobile headphones, you may need to get a PC Headset to 3.5mm Smartphone Adapter if you're using a traditional headset with a separate.audio and mic connector.
I purchased a brand new computer HP 15-AC168TU through amazon and received two days back. Microphone and Headjack are working in my computer HP 15-AC168TU.I checked Sound in Control Panel.In Playback I can see only Speaker/HP. I can't see Headphone.In Recording tab, Mic in at front panel (black) the status is "Not plugged in". Since microphone and head jack are not working, Cortana is also not working.Please help to solve the problemRead other answers
Since "Sound" did recognize my headphones when plugged in, I changed it to the default and it played through the headphones and cut the sound from the speakers. When I unplugged the headphones, the sound went back to the speakers. Yay!! thank you all for the help.Read other answers
Hello, thank you for taking the time to read my topic, and hopefuly reply.
Earlier today, I was on my laptop, and I closed the lid, headphones plugged in and working, operating perfectly fine, and locked the door behind me.
In no less then 2 minutes I returned, and the computer acted as if the headphones were not plugged in at all, playing from the built in speakers. I tried different pairs of headphones, all don't work, and I see no visible problems with any of them, I've checked them over multiple times for tears, exposed wires, and the like.
I think it may be something with the headphone jack itself internally, but frankly I know nothing about how the computer is built, so I wouldn't know.
I appreciate you taking the time to read this, thank you in advance.
Before ripping the laptop apart, virus scan, uninstall sound drivers and/or sound manager programs, reboot, reinstall sound drivers and/or sound man., reboot.
My headphone jack is not working all of sudden.
I am not sure what kind it is, maybe you can help me with that too...
If your using vista, play around the the settings in the control panel under the sound tab.
At least that fixed my problem.
Well, I have a new computer. And I recently bought a Headset & Microphone, to play games with. It was all working perfect, until my brother plugged in the Headset plug, into the microphone port. And I disconnected it because it was wrong. Then, when I went to plug it into the Headset Port, it wouldn't read.
I've checked the headset to see if it was the plug, but it wasn't. I opened my computer to check if the connections to the port are okay, and they are. I believe it might be a software issue, but not sure as to what to do now.
Many thanks if you can help me.
I tend to think it's a hardware problem, but to make sure open up your Device Manager and expand all of the +'s. Look for yellow exclamation points. That would indicate the problem device. Also check your sound and microphone configuration. I know this link is for skype, but it addresses the same problem and has pretty detailed solutionshttp://www.skype.com/help/guidesRead other 2 answers
I have just tried my headphone jack for the first time and the sound does not come through them. They still come out of speakers despte the headphone being plugged in. I have tried the headphones on other devices and they work fine. Looking on YouTube I have updated the drivers and then put my headphones in the headphone socket, and checked the Sound driver (Realtek HD Audio) on the "Playback devices" tab - it shows a headphone icon with a red down arrow next to it with a description "Realtek HD Audio 2nd Output" and "Not Plugged In". How do I get this socket to "plug in" ? Or is this a hardware problem ? Thanks in advance for anyone's help.
Hi @Loft62,I hope you enjoy your visit to the HP Support Forums. I understand you are having an issue with the headphone jack. I will be glad to help you.Please post the full product number and operating system in use on your computer. See the following, if you need help with that information.How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number?Is the Windows Version on My Computer 32-bit or 64-bit?Please get back to me with above information, so I can help you better.Read other 2 answers
Lately my headphone/computer has been acting weirdly. Before, a reboot worked but not anymore. For ex. i'm watching a movie on my laptop with my speakers. I can hear everything correctly. Then when I insert my headphone, i can't hear anything. Drivers are updated. I've read that IDT (the one that I have) don't like windows 7... Also, i cannot set my headphones as default device.
Please help me out, can't use my headphones!
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If you are inserting the headphones once film has started, chances are the film has already picked up the sound device as speaker and wants to use that. changing in the middle of something often results in no sound, for me at least. try plugging phones in before you turn the computer on, and leave them in. hopefully that should cure it. Please note the word hopefully...
Headphone jack not working, when I plugged headphone in sound keep comming out of my laptop speaker I have 2 little yellow triangles as well in device manager as shown in screenshot, can anyone help me so tensed.
What error message do you get when you right click on the yellow warning signs in the device manager?Read other 6 answers
XPS 13 9343, upgraded to Windows 10. I have speaker sound but nothing from the headphone jack. Unable to find the Dell Audio setting. Suggestions? Thanks!
Update: after reading thru the forums I experimented by plugging in the headphones BEFORE I booted and when I do, the sound comes thru the headphones. If I unplug it returns to the speakers and if I want it back thru the phones I have to reboot, again with the phones plugged in. I guess my question now would be how to control this without having to reboot?Read other 1 answers
Headphone jack stopped working. When headphones plugged in, sound still comes out of the speakers. Not the jack. Tried different headphones.
Hi @carol25,Thanks for becoming a member of the HP Support Forums. I understand you are having an issue with the headphones. I will be glad to help you. Please follow the steps from No Sound or Distorted Sound from Speakers (Windows 10). Please keep me informed of how things went. If you require further assistance, let me know and I will gladly do all I can to help you.Please let me know if this resolves the issue by marking this post as "Accept as Solution".To simply say thanks, click the Thumbs up below! Thanks.Read other 3 answers
About a couple months ago, I had to bring it to work. I supervised the use of this machine and everything was going fine. I brought it back home later to find out that when I plugged my headphones into the jack, it only gave me the sound in the LEFT ear. I thought it might have been my headphones but that's not the case. Anyway that I could fix it manually by myself OR will I have to replace something within the machine?
Xps 13 9360
Just.tried to plug in the headphones i use for my phone. Didn't work.
Didn't want to force it so... Please help.. are there issues woth compatibility?
What kind of earbud will work.
There have been quite a few threads on this so can we assume you have gone through the Sticky?
You do or do not get a popup when you plug in the headphones?
Most phone earbuds will work but I did see one with a 4 ring (5 connector) plug which may have a problem....
first at idk if this is the right site to post this to but since im runing win7 64bit on my macbook i thought maybe this site may be the best place to post this. with that said if this isnt the site to post it let me know.
since my spelling skills when it comer to type out long stuff is crap i made a video showing wants going on.
MacBook Headphone jack not working right_x264 - Video Dailymotion
i hope someone can help me fix this, cuz i cant seem to find a fix.
thx for moving to the right place
I have an HP Pavillion entertainment Laptop dv9700. I got a virus taken off my computer a few months ago but to take the virus off the computer place I took it took had to wipe my computer and then put all my data back. Since then I've had two frustrating problems:
1. When I plug my headphones into the headphone jack, the sound still plays from the regular speakers and I don't hear any sound in the headphones (I've already tried suing a different pair of headphones and that didn't help).
2. My microphone (which came pre-installed on the computer) doesn't work.
PLEASE help me. I'm taking a plane on Friday and REALLY need my computer to keep me sane during my layover. Thanks!!
Go here, on the right side is a link for HD Audio Codec Driver. Download and install latest driver. Ask if you need help to do that.
Hello I've bought my Lenovo laptop about half a year ago. From the very beginning the headphone audio jack had some problems, there would be no sound when headphones are plugged in, however restarting the laptop usually helped. I have not had this problem for a few months until now. When I plug in headphones, no sound comes out and restarting the computer does not help. Furthermore, the sound of the laptop speakers seems to be a big different than it normally used to be - the sound is a bit lower and so to say ''dimmer''. Please let me know I could fix it.Read other answers
I recently got a pair of new headphones. Eager to try them out I plug them into my laptop audio jack. They worked perfectly with no problems and they sounded great.
Only a few hours later I decide to use them on my lappy again and the audio was only coming out of the left headphone speaker. This irritated me and I instantly thought that the headphones were faulty. I plug them into my ipod and notice the headphones are working fine. This leads me to think that it is something wrong with my laptop. I plug in a different pair of earphones into the jack and again, the left side only works.
I am confused as to whether it is my settings or my headphone jack but I'm more inclined to think that it is my headphone jack which is the problem. Is there anyone who has had a similar problem or anyone who may have an idea as to how to fix this?
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Hello, I have a Compaq Presario CQ50 Notebook with Windows Vista, no add-ons. All sound comes from the notebook speakers, and nothing changes when I plug in headphones (I've tried multiple headphones, no dice). When I go to Playback Devices in the Sound Control Panel, the headphones aren't even recognized. Is the jack broken? Is it something I can fix by myself? Thank you in advance.
Go to Sound (right click on the speaker next to the clock) > Recording Button > right click on a blank space in that little window > check "Show disabled devices" > turn the mic on.Read other 2 answers
I have an HP Pavillion laptop using Realtek HD Audio drivers, the laptop picks up that something has been plugged into the 3.5mm Jack on the side (Single 3.5mm Jack designed for mic in/headphone out combined) but it doesn't seem to send the audio through. If I do a test in playback devices it shows the green bars fluctuating as if it is playing sound but no sound is actually played through, I have tried several sets of headphones all of which work on my desktop and iPod but non work on this piece of **bleep** HP laptop (which also has Wireless connectivity issues and is supposed to be brand new ( it was just replaced due to the screen failing) ) You guys got an amazing solution to this or do I just return it and blacklist HP for life given the fact that you can't seem to keep ontop of simple things like 3.5mm jack to send an electrical signal that is output as an audible sound.
Hi Kurtf2014, Welcome to the HP Support Forums, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the HP Forums I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More. I will be happy to assist you with the problem with the audio jack. I am assuming that without the headphones the audio is working correctly. Try going in your Sound and setting the headphones as the default audio device. This third-party link will show you how to do that. Give that a try and let me know how it goes. If you are still having problems please reply back with your product number and operating system. Thank you,Read other 9 answers
I am having some weird problem in my Envy Notebook. When laptop starts after sleep mode, that time headphone jack are not working. if i restart my laptop then it is working perfect. I can not understand this problem that what's goin on. if anyone have any suggestion then please response. ThanksRead other answers
Hello/Good morning/Good afternoon,
I am asking if anyone knows the software to get the headphone jack to pick up as a mic, I have done it but due to issues had to reset my Laptop, if anyone knows then please let me know
Moderator comment: Model added to subject for clarity.
Good day and welcome to the community.Please provide more information about your system (model, OS, recent updates, etc), otherwise it will be difficult for the community to assist you. We will also be able to confirm that your post is in the proper forum.Regards.Read other 2 answers
Whenever I plug in any headphones into the headphone jack on the top of my HP Envy desktop the computer will not recognize that anythings been plugged in. I've looked around in sound setting and set everything to default but nothing shows that headphones are plugged in. Yes they are plugged in all the way and the headphones work with other devices. Computer model: http://www.shopping.hp.com/en_US/home-office/-/products/Desktops/HP-ENVY/E9G99AV?HP-ENVY-700-210xt-D...
Hello Vesrox, Welcome to the HP Forums, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the HP Forums I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More. I understand that the headphone jack on the top of your computer is not recognizing anything that is being plugged in, and I would be happy to assist you! To begin, I will need to ask you a few questions: What is the Product and Model Number of your desktop computer?What version of Windows do you have installed on your computer?Are you able to produce sound from the headphone jack in the back of the computer?Has your computer completed all of its important Windows Updates?Have you updated your HP drivers using the HP Support Assistant?Is this a recent, or an on-going issue?Are you able to recognize USB devices on the top of your computer, where the top headphone jack is located?In the meantime, I recommend following this document on No Sound from the Speakers (Windows 8). This should help produce sound from the headphonejack on the top of your desktop. Please re-post with the results of your troubleshooting, as well as the requested information above. I look forward to your reply!RegardsRead other 7 answers
We have a Toshiba Portege M800 PPM81A-05W01J running Windows 7
The headphone jack on the computer seems to have stopped working. I have checked in playback devices when the headphones ( or external speakers) are plugged in and they do not show up there. Strangely enough when the computer is docked to the Dynadock and the headphones are plugged into the headphone jack on the dynadock then they show up in the playback devices dialogue window.
Does anyone have any advice on how to fix this, or troubleshoot it further.
Does the headphone jack feel loose? Maybe the port is broken.
I'd send it to an ASP for repair. http://www.mytoshiba.com.au/service-centres
BTW: I'm not sure how to check if G1 or G2 as I can't remember. I have recently bought a new microphone as my old USB one broke. Instead of USB this one has an audio jack. But my headphones are already using the audio jack, so I go out and buy an adapter. I come back home and test it to find out neither of them can work together. This is very fustrating as I either have awesome sound but bad internal mic that picks up fan or awesome mic but bad background noice from the computer. Please, help me!Read other answers
My XPS13 9343 headphone jack is not working. I've re-installed the default audio drivers but no luck. I ran the diagnostic tools and it reads my headphones microphone but will not play audio thru them.
I was able to solve this issue as follows (Windows 8.1):
- open the Windows Task Manager (ctrl+alt+del - Task manager)
- go to the Startup tab
- make sure all audio related tasks are enabled (mine had realtek audio manager disabled)
After that, you can open the Dell Audio control panel again. I did a "reset defaults" and that fixed it. Popup is appearing again when I plug in my headset.
Hello! I've been talking with Windows support on this for a while and they've made it clear this is most likely a problem with the computer itself. My laptop, bought new, has a headphone jack installed to the side but when I plug in my headphones audio continues to play out of my speakers. When I look in the playback devices tab, the headphone jack doesn't show up as an option at all. I have tried multiple headphones that all work with other devices. I have also updated and reinstalled the audio drivers from the hp website, with no change. I use my headphones constantly and it's a real pain having to stream the audio through my phone when websites such as rabbit are so unstable. I just want to be able to use heaphones with my laptop.Read other answers
I have had Windows 8 since last November or December and only until recently I have had problems with the headphone jack. My laptop is Dual boot between Linux and Windows 8. Linux was put on after the Windows 8. I know there isn't anything physically wrong with the jack itself, because the headphone jack works perfectly fine in linux. I have tried to search the internet for solutions and I haven't found anything that is helpful, so I have come here.
My laptop is a Dell Inspiron N5110 that came with Windows 7. I had a few problems with drivers when I first put Windows 8 on the laptop. The display driver needed an update, but that was easily fixable. I don't think that this is a driver update problem because the headphone jack DID work, just recently has it stopped working.
I have tried to go into the device manager and search for driver updates, nothing. I am attaching link to a picture of my device manager incase it is helpful:
The EBT1000 headset and headphones I'm pretty sure are for my HP headset. I have tried right clicking on the sound icon and clicking on playback devices and showing all disabled devices like some websites said to do.
-Dual boot Windows 8 and Linux Fedora 18
-Laptop is a Dell Inspiron N5110 that came with Windows 7
-Not physical problem w/ headphone jack
-Don't think it's a driver problem, but might be
-Headphone jack works fine in Li... Read more
Go to the Dell Drivers site for this model and download the Audio driver for your model: Driver Details | Dell USRead other 5 answers
Ok so im playing wow and all of a sudden my sound goes off and i cant hear music or anything so i minimized and unplugged my headphones and plugged em back in..still no sound. I unplugged them and restarted my computer and they still dont work. I rly need help with this it happens often with my computors for some reason .
HP a6763w Desktop
Operating System - Genuine Windows VistaŽ Home Premium with SP1
Processor - AMDŽ Phenom 9150e X4 Processor
Processor Speed - 1.8 GHz
Bus Speed - 2000 MHz Hyper Transport 1.0
Memory - 7168MB PC2-6400 DDR2 SDRAM
Video Graphics - Integrated GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 graphics
Hard Drive - 640GB (7200RPM) Hard Drive (SATA)
Optical Drive - SuperMulti DVD Burner with LightScribe Technology
Card Reader - 15-in-1 Digital Media Card Reader (SD, MMC, RS-MMC, MS, MS Pro/Duo, Pro Duo, SM, xD, mini SD, CF I/II, MD, MMC Mobile, MMC+
Audio - ALC888S chipset, High Definition Surround Sound Capable, 7.1 channels
Network - 10/100 Ethernet (RJ-45)
Keyboard - HP multimedia keyboard
Mouse - HP PS/2 optical mouse
Headphones:Cyber AC-9620 Gaming Headset
I have the latest drivers for everything and its definantly the jack thats not working because i tried the headset on another computer and it works
****just found out if i go to speakers and hit test i can hear the test sound but i cant hear anything else
******Ummm when the jack isnt all the way in but 1 notch from being all the way in i can hear fine....
Reinstall the sound drivers
have the current updates as of Sep 24 2016. both the Bluetooth and headphone jack are not responding. Speakers work fine though.Read other answers