Hi, I have got several solutions which proved as perfect to fix the notebook problem. I have got another problem. If I connect the jack from the sound system, my PC is detecting it, but there is no sound in the sound box. There is no problem with sound system and also not with the laptop. Otherwise, the notebook would not detect the sound system when it is turned off for half an hour or more. That is really funny. It doesnt work whenever I want. And it doesnt work if the PC is warm or a little hot. I had also problem with headphone. If I connect the headphone with laptop, I could hear the sound from the notebook and also from the headphone. Is it a problem with the notebook or it is just because the notebook doesnt like me? ;-))
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The only solution I can think of is that your 40pin cable from the motherboard to the screen is damaged. They do fail just through use (opening and closing the laptop lid can put strain on the cable) Try replacing this cable.
The most common cause for this, is a loose wire connection to that speaker (as opposed to the speaker being faulty).
Has anyone pulled the cord too tight or tripped on the cord? If yes, then the internal wire connecting that speaker has an internal break somewhere.
Try the following:
1) Plug headphones into music device and turn on. 2) Gently press the wire 'in' at the left earpiece (or wiggle at the earpiece end). If sound returns intermittently, then you have n internal wire break in that end of the cord. 3) Gently press the wire 'in' at the plug where it connects to your player (or wiggle the cord at the plug end). If sound returns, then there is an internal wire break at this end of the cord.
In the case of broken internal wires, it is possible to repair.
Although very fragile, it is possible to resolder these tiny wires (you'll have to burn off the enamel coating around these wires first) back onto their respective connections, or onto a new plug.
One way without out buying any extra hardware is to hook the stereo out to your receiver and if your receiver has an upmix feature use this option.
If you would like true 5.1/7.1 from your notebook you will need to upgrade the sound card. There are several ways to do this. To give you the best options let me know the make and model of your notebook and reciever so I can recommend the right hardware for you.
This sounds like a problem with your connection for your headphones. Your headphone jack on your notebook is stereo, which means that you need stereo headphones to make it work. If you look at the tip of your plug on your headphone cord, it will have 1 black ring, or 2 black rings. 1 black ring is mono, 2 black rings is stereo.
If you are using stereo headphones, and you're still having this problem, your headphone plug is not going all the way into the jack on your notebook. Press the plug all the way into the jack and the problem should be fixed.
If you physically cannot push the plug all the way into the jack, there may be a problem with the jack on your notebook that will need to be looked at.
Hope this helps. Please take a moment to rate this solution. Thanks.
I have a Dell Studio 1737. I have install IDT 92HD73C1 v6.10 2009-02-17, Dell packed R204591.exe. In the Control panel Sound, tab Voice, Mic device click button "Volumen" (spanish version) and select Internal Mic insted of Mic.
Hi Tarun, I hope you have conexant high defintion audio driver..but still you are getting error while installing audio drivers .The only solution which can fix this problem is that you have install microsoft universal audio drivers prior to conexant high definition audio......... Use the link below to download microsoft universal audio ftp://ftp.compaq.com/pub/softpaq/sp32501-33000/sp32646.exe -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If this answers your question please rate this as fixed. Thanks for using fixya support..You have a wonderful day
I have had the same problem with my acer aspire 3680. I have been trying different things, and have found one thing that works for me. When I shut the computer down I unplug my speakers first. When I start the computer I wait until the computer starts completely then I plug my speakers in. This has been working for about a week for me with no headphone jack problems at all. Hope this helps someone.
buy a creative sound pcmcia card with stereo inputs...it runs aboout 50 bux at compusa...another solution would be usb audio input, they are also available at compusa,tigefr direct...i hope this helps...