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How to fix auxiliary input for headphones to Toshiba laptop. The internals to auxiliary input damaged when I removed head phones.

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  • Shannon Mitchum Jul 12, 2013

    Looks like auxiliary input needs to be replaced.

  • Shannon Mitchum Jul 12, 2013

    Looks like auxiliary input needs to be replaced. How do you do that?

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Try to download audio driver using drivermax or driver pack solution

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