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originally posted by: smithjustinb
a reply to: FirePiston
The only things I can think of is that either all 3 of your headphones are bad (a test in another device would confirm this), or your driver isn't set up properly. Maybe you can check to see if your jack is set up as your default device by right clicking on your sound icon in the bottom right corner toolbar and clicking "playback devices".
originally posted by: FirePiston
As the title says, but under audio devices, it says my jack is working properly, and it detects when I plug and unplug the headphones, but no sound. I tried 3 separate headphones. I would think if the jack on the laptop was bad, it would not show or say it is working plus also detect when I plug and unplug. It just started out of nowhere. I updated sound drivers and still nothing. Any ideas? Thanks!
originally posted by: Thalestris
There may be a jack setting in your audio driver software that you may need to enable/disable. I know that on most Realtek audio chipsets there is an option to detect jack changes and if it's not set correctly you won't get sound through headphones.
Without knowing anything about your audio chipset there's not much more to suggest.