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Sound problem hello i got a weird problem with my laptop. when i join the speakers or headphones to the laptop. the sounds even come from the pc speakers. and if i try to turn down the volume than its peaker volume which gets low not the pc speakers. i felt may be its a drivers problem.. but even some experts suggest me it might be the hardware problem. but can u give me any logic so that ic an belive that its hardware problem caus ei just bought it 3 days before. cheers

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It is definately a hardware problem if you are plugging whichever into the sound slot.  The internal speakers are suppose to switch off when you plug into it and visa versa when you unplug.

 

To fix this most would replace the socket but that would mean you have to get into the computer.  Then again if you know what you are doing you fix this up.  At some stage some one force something into that socket and expanded it to stop the switch from workking.

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