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No sound from headphoe when iserted

My headphone works properly with o.s. windows xp,but when it is inserted to vista there is no sound from the headphone,sond is from the laptop speaker.there is sound from the headphone if it is inserted before any media player starts,then if it is unplugged in the middle of a song then there is no sound from laptop speaker .plz kindly tell me the solution.

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  • mighty7 Nov 21, 2008

    my headphone is not sounding very well

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My headphone is also giving me problem. i can hear sounds from my speaker if the heardphone is not inserted but if inserted when working it does not affecting anything, Even the soundof my headphone is bad.pls kindly post me a solution

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Configure your settings.
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Procedure for XP:
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Check if its properly inserted.
Go for windows update............... and then check if the problem is gone.
If all the above doesnot works I think there is a connection between the metals inside your headphone portal, ans as soon as you insert the jack it gets connected and you can hear sounds from both the sources.
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