Anytime i play anything with sound i get repeaded messages.."a jack has been unlugged" and "you plugged a jack in"..this causes repeated and annoying interruptions to anything that has sound with it. Can anyone help???
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go to control panel-sound-default audio device & check which device is enabled as default device. In case of HD audio remove the speaker jack & reinsert, if that port is selected as default audio then you should get an immediate message saying 'audio jack plugged in'.
You need to install sound drivers in order to make your pc play sounds, and you also need to plug your speakers on to pc output (green hole). I suggest you trying of Realtek hd audio drivers , they should be working for your onboard sound card.
Go to your device manager (windows key+break, device manager is on the left) and under "Sound, video and game controllers" will be "Realtek High Definition Audio" which has the yellow exclamation mark. Right click it and select uninstall. Reboot, and Windows should detect new hardware. If Windows doesn't automatically install the proper driver, the latest one can be downloaded from Realtek at the following link:
Is it possible that someone at the repair shop disconnected the speaker wiring when the repair was done. From what you describe, that seems the likely cause. What happens if you plug an earphone into the jack, do you get sound?
You will pobably need to load the driver for your system.
Go to Dell Support and click on the Drivers & Downloads box.
Follow the prompts to select your specific system model. you will end up at a page that lists all the available drivers for your computer. Click the + sign next to "Audio" and you can select "Download Now".