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Sound problem of compaq presario C797VU

When i use headphone ,both the headphone speaker and laptop inbuilt speaker remains active and volume control panel does not work properly, mute all is not working.I have installed operating system windows XP professional version 2002 service pack 2

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    exactly same problem

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Try a different set of headphone, if it works, then it is the headphone set.

If you get same problem with all headphones, then

If you get no sound: ensure that you have sound from speaker, if you get sound from speakers and no headphone working, then there is a problem in the headphone connection.

If you have no sound at all , not even with speakers, then check audio settings in control panel, ensure audio is not muted. If audio settings are OK, then you need to reinstall audio driver, or you have a faulty audio card.

Additionally, if it is only the mic not working then do the following:

Go to control panel and open sound and audio device.

Open volume settings and find settings for mic.

Tick off the mute option.

The mic is muted by default in Windows, that is usually the reason why it is not working.

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