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Remove pc 3.5mm jack

Sounds come on and off from my pc because my 3mm jack is broken..i would have to slap the bottom left of my keyboard for the sound to come back on...and now my pc has no sound and it thinks there is a headphone plugged it (speaker properties, general tab, jack information, green circle next to -left panel 3.5mm jack)

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Sounds like there is a loos conetion for your hard speakers witch will cause this some times i wold say take it to a spechlist and have them fix it

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