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If you paid via credit card you can always get help from the credit card company and/or your bills. If cash purchase, you are at the mercy of the store giving you a duplicate so you can initiate a warranty claim.
need to know more. while headset is plugged in try very gently pulling the jackplug out of the socket, if you get sound with the jackplug positions you may have the wrong six
ze plug or the headset may be faulty. try the headset on other devices that function correctly. Also plug another headset into the socket that the headset is currently is plugged into. If another headset functions then the headset must be faulty. It is a matter of experimentation to find what the problem is but you might need a known working headset to carry out the testing procedure.
the video cards in laptops are soldered onto the board ( graphics chip ) if you have had an expert look at your laptop and pin pointed the problem is with the chip then you will have to have it reflow'd ( you have to heat it up to melt the solder under it on a flat surface )
Don't try to slow down the speed if you don't know the temperature from your processor or your motherboard. Look on the web for a monitor program to see if one of them is getting real warm Like above 60 degrees Celsius. Then your fan will work as hell.
If the computer is a bit older, perhaps the cooling paste, between the processor and the cooling body on the processor is dried. Only use the correct cooling past, and not anything else. Don't allow the processor to heat up above 65 degrees Celsius, because it won't live long after that.
If you do have a monitor program, you could slow down the fan, without any risk.
I'm not certain it's not the I-Pod socket or the headphone jack that is playing up? If you can get another pair of headphones (a friends etc) and put them in the socket of the I-Pod, to test it that should clear it up. For if they don't work you know it's the I-Pod socket that's faulty.
If it's the Bose jack that's gone, you better see my tip on dodgy cable/plugs on headphones. You should be able to replace it with the 3.5mm type shown, but I think you can get the thinner type jacks.
i cant see from any website, but one i did translate - looks like a standard Jack plug, if so it should work OK - you can also get adapters
If a PC - should have a headphone socket at the front, or it may be on the back audio card outputs - sometimes coloured Lime Green - or on a laptop - you will have the socket on the front or sides - usually with a headphone symbol OR sometimes coloured a lime green
double click the sound icon, down beside the time. goto options, then properties, then if your headphones are pluged into the pink jack on back of pc use your main card in drop down menu, put a tick in recording options . press ok.,
then goto options again, and put a tick on addvance, now under the mic volume control you have addvance button click this and enable mic boost or agp. turn the level up very high and try call some one again.
Try another pair of headphonesif they work on both channels then your headphonesare faulty ..replace under guarantee if you have one otherwise buy a new pair as thay have probably a stretched wire that is causing a loose connection and aren't worth repairing.