OH. I thought in the previous post you had indicated that headphones did work. I just re-read it and I mis-understood you. If it's doing the same thing no matter what you plug in then it's either the sound card or the jack on the card and the only thing you can do is to get a new sound card I'm afraid. Any computer store ought to be able to help you with that.
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This is the normal way for this laptop ..leave it always with the headphones on selected in that list ..cause if the main speakers don't work well there is no point in using them ..This way you will run whatever yo will plug in ..speakers or headphones..The only setting difference in headphones and stereo out ..is that for headphones will but the speakers of the laptop when plugged in ..This way it will even help you if the speakers are making weird noises cause they are damaged ..
In the back of your computer there should be a light green colored port that looks like a headphone jack, but If you could tell me the model of speakers you have I might be able to better assist you, but that green port is a generic speaker port.
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first check out in the product manual whether it supports 5.1 channel sound system. if yes then properly connect the jack at the back of the cpu by matching the connections and then check out whether sound driver is loaded in ur pc by right click on my computer then click manage then open device manager and see whether there is any yellow mark in the sound driver. if yes then load proper sound driver and it will work for u.if nothing works then there is problem in the motherboard. don't worry take it to good engineer and it will be repaired.........
Are these USB headphones? If so, you must install them first and let the Device Manager confirm they are properly installed. Next, go to sound properties in control panel, select the headphones, and crank the volume within Windows. Finally, crank the volume controls on the headphones themselves. If they are not USB headphones, then the same sound jacks that allow speakers to be connected should allow the headphones to work.
The only way i can see of feeding two sets of speakers from the one pc would be to buy or make up a "splitter" audio lead .....i.e a 3.5mm stereo jack on one end connected to the pc with two lots of wiring going to 2 3.5 mm jacks. I don't know whether a store like Maplins would sell such a lead. Are you any good with a soldering iron??