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Firstly, restart you pc if you havent' done so. depending on your computer model, go to their main website and find the support section. Once you do that, see if you can find the exact model, then the list of drivers and it should be there.

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There's something wrong with my speakers i cant hear anything

Are the speakers powered on? Make sure there is no power switch to turn them off or on. Then check to make sure the volume on the speakers is turned up if there is any. Next check to make sure the speakers are plugged into the green hole on your laptop, usually it will have a picture of headphones above it. Then make sure in the bottom right hand corner of your screen that the sound icon does not have a red X on it. If it does have a red X on it, simply click it and unmute it.

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Although, rarely, you may find that opening the alsamixer from the terminal will fix the problem as some versions of Ubuntu have a special volume control for the headphone jack....

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My laptop sounds from both the speaker when i connect headphone.

First go to control panel, sounds and audio devices
go to the audio tab and make sure that your usb device is selected for audio playback
then, unconnect the headphones and restart your computer
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I am using a compaq c772tu with win xp2 from 4 months but during 4 days i have a problem is that when i connect a headphone then internal speakr and headphone both are working at same time please give me...

You can:
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  • Mute the speakers from the Windows Volume Mixer (found in START -> Assecories -> Entertainment)
I have the same thing - I have speakers and Bose® headphones. What I did was get an Audio splitter, and just turn my speakers off when I'm not using it. If I want to use my speakers, I just don't put on the headphones.

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