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Conection of headphones

When i connect headphones to the compac laptop c785tu its spekers remains ON how to disconnect the speakers while using headphones

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Go to control Panel >> Sounds and Audio Device >> In volume TAB >> Speaker Settings >> Advanced.. >> Speaker Setup >> select “No speakers”then under the Audio TAB >> select “Use only default devices”

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