The speakers that areprovided on the laptop is perfectly fine, but when i plug in my head phones into the jack, only sound comes tinto my right ear bud but not left, tried it on 5 different headphones and the same problem.
How can I change my jack? or fix the problem? I have a Toshiba Satelite 200-AH5
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first u are talking abt en u internal spekar when u plug headphone or speakar did the both spekar ply the sound i mean internal & ext. (problem in your head phone pin or in jack which not push the jack properly) or jack pin touch cutoff pin check it
If the sound of your laptop does not transfer to your head phones first ensure that you have plugged your headphones in the proper jack (I know this sounds silly but it happens.) You may have mistakenly plugged your headphones into the mic jack. Secondly if you are plugged into the proper jack try a different set of headphones to verify that it is not a problem with the headphones. If you get the same result with a second set of headphones then your headphone jack may be bad or came unplugged from your motherboard. In this case disassembly of the laptop may be necessary to check the headphone jack. I would wait for a few more suggestions before going that far though. Hope this was helpful.
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When you plug your headphones in there is a dis connect the head phone jack should be contacting to break the circuit to the internal speakers. Try a different head phone set. If this doesn't work, the female jack is (in the computer) is probably malfuncitoning. This will require a decent repair man...
most likely the switch at the back of the headphone plug is not working properly, this requires the laptop to be dismantled and have the jack repaired/replaced. Very expensive at most places. was it working previously?
If the sound is coming you have installed the driver properly
try to change the head phone jack , if doesnt help it could be the problem of your head phone socket. because when you insert the jack , circuit inside the headphone socket closes and your outside speakers will be off