Question about E-Machines T2898 (764296109563) PC Desktop
MY PC'S AUDIO JACK IS NOT WORKING...IT WAS WORKIN GOOD TILL YESTERDAY.BUT NOW I DONT GET SIGNALS FROM IT. MY MOTHER BOARD IS ASUS P5GC-MX/1333 AND IT IS NOT VERY OLD. I BOUGHT IT 6-7 MONTHS BACK, AND I DONT HAVE FRONT PANEL AUDIO JACK. I HAVE CHANGED MY COMPUTER SPEAKER TO CROSS CHECK WHETHER THE PROBLEM IS FROM COMPUTER'S SPEAKER OR FROM THE AUDIO JACK. BUT STILL IT IS NOT WORKIN AND MY COMP SPEAKERS ARE FINE. GUYS PLS TELL ME HOW TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM..AND ONE MORE THING- MY COMPUTER'S AUDIO DRIVERS ARE GOOD AND I HAVE UPDATED IT.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Headphone jack broke off inside
yes, you could easily open the computer and physically remove the wires from the mother board for the front audio jack. These are pin headers. Most all the time they are labeled.
The rear audio should already be working from the green jack. If not, then perhaps you have the RealTek Audio chipset and software. The realtek audio software generally has a orange speaker icon in the system tray. You can double click to open it, go to the Audio I/O tab and then click the little wrench icon. It will open the connector setting. On the connector settings screen is a checkbox. Disable front panel jack detection. Uncheck that, also a check box for Mute rear panel output when fron headphone plugged in, UNCHECK this. That should do it.
If you want to try further to remove the broken jack make sure the machine is off, use a very tiny needle nose pliers (electronic type) you should be able to pull it out.
What kind of computer do you have? You could also possibly remove the jack assembly from the inside, so you can get a better view for the extraction of the plug.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
SOURCE: No video signal to Monitor.
Lack of video signal is usually 1 of 3 things, Power supply (PSU), Video card or Motherboard (mobo).
Situation #1: If you get a blank screen and no sounds or movement it either indicates that the power supply unit (PSU) has failed or something on the motherboard has failed, preventing normal startup.
Situation #1A: You might get some power lights coming on and some fans spinning but the video output does not happen, usually indicates that motherboard is going out or has gone out. Ocasionally it will be due to a weak (damaged) PSU.
Situation #2: If you get sounds and lights but nothing on the screen then it indicates a failed or loose video card.
Always try a different power outlet that you know is working. (Eliminate the easy stuff first!)
If it is out of warranty, try opening up the case, with the power off, of course. If you have Sit #2 and have a video card that you can reseat (take out and then put back in) try that. If it is onboard video then you may have to buy a video card for it.
Also take this time to inspect the capacitors on the motherboard (they look like tiny soda cans) and check for tops that are bulging, swelling or leaking anything. Capacitors should be perfectly flat on top. If you find these then your motherboard is bad (well technically the capacitors on your motherboard are bad). The bad caps will need replacing to fix (not a job for an amateur). If it passes the visual inspection then it may just be your power supply is bad. Notice that a bad PSU does not mean you are getting no power, just not enough to start and run the computer.
A few years ago a company stole the recipe for making capacitors and started making their own capacitors at really cheap prices. The stolen "recipe" was not complete and not correct so these caps started failing after about 2-3 years of use. Emachines, DELL and Gateway were the computer companies most affected by the bad capacitor issues, although any of the big companies could have the same problem. Power supply maker were also affected by these bad caps.
Do you hear anything during startup, beeps, fans or drives spinning, lights on the front or back of computer flashing or lit up? Do you hear the Windows starting sound?
Let us know more then we can troubleshoot better.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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