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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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The socket of sound output was damaged, need replaced the socket on the motherboard...better but USB interface for the sound out...

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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.
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Brieftly speaking, my internal speaker stopped producing sound, but when I plug earphones in, there is sound in the earphones.

Just plug in-and-out ur earphones several times (it took me 5 tries) and voila internal speakers work again!

I think there is a mechanical sensor inside the sound output (plug for the earphone) so that once it senses a plug getting in, it shuts internal speaker.

Maybe the mechanical sensor was jammed (spring problem i guess) and it still believe that u have ur earphones plugged-in. "Clogging" the hole for the earphones would allow the spring to spring back to initial position...

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