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Computer announces ''Jack is unplugged'' when the computer is

Idle for a while When I walk away from computer for a while and then come back to start using it again, the Realtek Audio manager shows a " a jack has been unplugged" bubble even though nothing has been touched.
To listen to any music or hear computer sounds for incoming email or anything sound related I have to reboot the system.
I do have my computer on a power savings setting after an hour of inactivity to save energy. Would his be causing it?

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  • tazman_30 Nov 21, 2008

    Hi Coss71

    I removed all of the "energy" savings sttings but without success. The "a jack has been unplugged" bublle popped up after the computer sat idle for a while.

    I could not locate the ports settings option you described. Any idea?



    Still open to suggestions.



    Thanks

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Yes, that very well can be causing the problem.
There are a number of ports that have individual power settings. If you look at them it will have the option "allow computer to turn this device off to save power"

Saving power is great for a laptop running on batteries, but not really necessary on a desktop PC that is plugged in.
Yes you will save a little power (so it can be a "green" thing to do) but you are not going to make a noticable difference in your power bill.

To test this, turn off all of your power savings settings (such as system standby after so long, hibernate etc) and see what the speakers do.

In all my years of doing computers, I have had more problems with systems "re-awakening" then I save by reducing power comsumption.

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

  • Coss Nov 25, 2008

    Go into Device manager (right click My Computer, Properties, Computer Hardware, Device Manager).

    In here you can see each device. You may have to expand the device tree to get to the specific part. Once there, right click, or double click the device to get to the details. If a device has a seperate power setting, you will usually see it on the right most tab. It will say power management. In here, you'll see the setting for allowing the computer to manager the power to that device, take the check off, Apply and OK.



    Hope this helps. Let me know what you find. I know chasing power settings can be a real hair puller.

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