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When I plug my headphones in they don't work

When I plug my headphones in, they don't work and sound still come from the speakers while they are plugged in.

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  • robertforwoo Jul 12, 2009

    Thanks you actually reminded me to check. just got new speakers put in and looks like they deleted my realtek driver. thanks again.

  • Mixplyxit Tigerbait May 11, 2010

    What Audio Manager are you using? For my Realtek, I constantly had to swap between digital, that's going to my stereo and analogue, which is for my headphones. What is your audio setup?

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You can find two plug-in pins in the other end of your Headphone which is to connect the Laptop. You need to check whether it get connected properly in appropriate pin hole, if it doesn't work you need to unplug and try connecting in the alternate pin hole.

Hope this helps.

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