Here's my situation,
ever since i've reformated my notebook, everytime i plug in my headphones or speakers into the usual plug.... the sound come out of my headphones/speakers but ALSO of my notebook ??? why the heck is that ? can anyone help me... i've tried all 3 plugs on the front but i get the same result.
Thanks !! xoxoxox
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Please make sure you have selected an output + input profile from the hardware tab in the volume control preferences, and also make sure you have the correct input device selected under the input tab in the same volume control preferences.Double check all your sound settings, update your drivers
Based on the information you have provided, it seems that the issue might be with the Audio Output Jack.
Usually some Computers have an additional Audio Jack on the CPU.
If you have such an option you can try connecting the Speakers and Headphone to that Audio Port and check.
If you do not have an additional Audio port, then it is confirmed that the issue is with Audio Output Port.
It is recommended to replace the Sound Card. You can also check with your favorite Computer Retailer, if only the Audio Output Port can be replaced.
Please let me know if you have further questions or need any assistance.
Since the Acer Aspire One D250 only has VGA output for its video, you will need a VGA cable to connect between the D250 and a TV that accepts VGA input as a video source. The sound is separate. A mini-stereo jack on an audio cable with two RCA phono plugs on the other end would be used to connect the D250 audio output (usually used for headphones) to the left and right audio inputs on the TV. You may need to use the TV setup screens to select the proper video and audio sources. With the TV on and proper video source selected, you now should be able to press Fn and F5 to get a menu in the middle of the D250's screen that allows you to select the video destination by holding down Fn key and pressing the F5 key repeatedly. The single large screen icon (3rd one from the left) is the one to select video output to VGA port only which would send it to your TV. The sound on the D250 does not need to be selected but you may wish to adjust its level and/or properties to be more suitable for TV.
Unfortunately, DVI doesn't support audio. Your headphone output may work if you have a PC audio input on the TV. However, you might need to change the audio output on the Acer 6290G. It is probably defaulting to using the HDMI audio output.
Go to the Control Panel (click on Start). Select the Hardware and Sounds section. In Sounds, look for Manage Audio Devices. Change the Default Audio Device to a different Audio device (look for Output in the description). Note: you may need to turn off the computer and TV and turn them both on for the headphone jack cable to be identified.
If this doesn't work, check the manual for the TV. It might only have the PC audio connection available for a VGA port. Please add a comment with the TV model, if you need assistance with this step. Make sure that you aren't connecting the headphone out of the 6920G to a headphone out on the TV.