My sound does not seem to play out, it works with easphones and m
My speakers are working well, but when i put in my earphones, they work, when i try to take them out it plays outward loud, but when they are out completley no sound plays out. . . .but i have the most recent driver, but not the SPIDF interface
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Probably problem with the internal speaker.
Only thing you can try is, Just insert the earphones properly into the 3.5mm jack. Fit it correctly and pull it out at once.
Just check if that works or not. If still there is no luck, then probably the speakers are gone.
first, please download and install the most updated driver from this link- HP support
After that, please restart your computer. What you need to do next is quite simple and would help us diagnose your problem. Plug an earphone to the laptop's plug located usually on one of the laptop's sides. It's usually marked with earphones and the color of the plug is green. Anyhow, please put some songs which you know work well. Then see if you have sound. If you still do not have any sound, I would like to have some more information on the computer so that I may help you better. Information like what windows do you have, and if you plug speakers to the laptop, and also what kind of files you play with the laptop.
Make sure the speaker volume is turned up and also go into Control Panel, Sounds and make sure nothing is muted and all volumes are turned up. Also make sure the speakers are plugged into the sound jack in the back of the pc. The speakers also need power but since the light is on, it sounds like they are plugged in.
Unfortunately, Logitech doesn't sell the wired remote controller separately. And that seems to be infamous for going out.
What worked for me (with no sound and no blue light on the remote connector) was to plug a set of earphones into the earphone port. As soon as I did that, the blue light came on and the sound was restored, even after removing the earphones. Someone else said both speakers worked properly while they had the earphones in, but not otherwise.
Ok.. get some earphones, nice simple walkman dollar store earphones. Put a cd in the cd tray or play an mp3.. look in the back of the pc for a green jack.. try it, try them all. Then look on the bottom right hand corner of the screen, any little speaker icon? open it, set the volume? No speaker icon? control panel, sound, make sure there is a sound card listed. Work backwards logically with known working equipment.