Does the notebook has a Realtek audio chip? If so in the right under corner of your screen there is an blue icon. This are the properties for your soundcard. There is a option which is called "mute rear audio when a headphone is plugged in into front audio" (it's probably not exactly as I typed but it looks like that)
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Try to use external speaker. connect it where you usually connect your head and check if it work . If ever the external speaker will work it only means that the problem is your headset ( defective )If in case the external speaker will not work it means the problem is the terminal ( the port where the headset or external speaker connection )
What do you mean it stopped working? No sound at all?
Please try the following:
1. Please make sure the sound is not set to mute. Try to adjust the sound volume.
2. Reinstall the audio driver. You can do this using the drivers disc that came with the computer or you can download the audio driver from the computer manufacturer's website: http://support.lenovo.com.
3. Try to connect an external speakers or headset. If you can hear sound on an external speakers or headset then the internal speakers of your laptop is already defective.
Steps to be followed:
1. check whether audio driver is installed properly ? if not install audio driver & check 2. check audio setting in control panel & confirm 3. connect external speaker in laptop and check whether sound is coming? if sound is coming then ur laptop internal speaker need replacement 4. if there is no sound in external speaker then need to check ur motherboard or sound card. All the best.
This is a common problem with all DJ's I know. Sometimes this is due to the fact INADVERTLY one connects powered equipments to the jack. The card is OK, but the jack gets fried. One nice solution is using USB sound cards (the ones that resembles Pen-Drives) and be in business again.
Sounds like you need to go to the manufacturer of your sound card and get the drivers specifically for your sound card and XP.The drivers that you loaded from the other machine are incompatable.Thats what is causing the partial functionality of your sound card.Also make sure you have it configured properly.
there a loss connection in the speaker of your system. locate the loss connection and fix it. if hard for you fix then you should call the technician to fixed for you ..or either use external speaker so that you can hear sounds without using headset.
It is possible that:
1. You may have recently installed an add-on/external device such as a multimedia keyboard which changed the audio output from internal to external;
2. The laptop's internal speaker might have gone dead (highly unlikely but still a possibility) - try plugging in external speakers or a headset and check;
3. Most if not all laptops uses a female stereo babyphone jack to connect to external speakers. This jack has a built-in switch that cuts off internal speaker if an external is plug in. If you are using eternal or headset from time to time, it is possible that the switch might have locked to external and does not switch back to the internal;
4. You may have a hardware issue specifically the sound card/chipset. This of course would require an inshop repair which may be better off with an authorized service center. At worst is have the entire laptop replace if it is confirmed to be a hardware issue.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things are or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.