Question about Compaq Presario 700 470024-192 Notebook
Compaq presarioc700 iam not working my laptop microphone
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
Bottom of right screen right click on volume icon.
Highlight adjust audio advance. Click on speaker set up, scroll to
headphones and then click apply. Now when you plug in your headphones
they automatically cancels the speakers.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
SOURCE: laptop speakers stopped working
Hello fadesit, It sounds like the headphone socket is sticking/defective. When you insert the jack into the socket a contact is broken to disable the external speakers, when you remove the jack the connection is resumed. Due to the amount of work this will take and the possibility of causing other problems in the process I would check to see if the warranty is still in effect first. If not then the next thing to ask is do you have the tools, mechanical aptitude, patience and ability to risk damaging your laptop to do this yourself? If you want to go the do it yourself route let me know and I?ll post some disassembly instructions later tonight otherwise please don?t forget to rate the posting.
Posted on Jan 17, 2007
SOURCE: can't mute inbuilt speakers
That is not a software problem.
The headphones/external speakers jack socket has a switch to exclude from audio the internal speakers, when a jack plug is connected.
This is a very simple device and is not software controlled.
The fact that it has gone faulty at the same time you reinstalled the system is a coincidence.
If it does not mute when you insert headphones, all you can do is trying to play with the jack plug , inserting and pulling it out. If this does not unlock the switch, the alternative is having the jack socket replaced by a technician. This is generally an expensive repair, asthe socked is soldered on motherboard.
A cheap alternative to a proper repair is using an external USB to Audio Adapter and mute the internal audicard when using headphones.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
SOURCE: Toshiba satellite laptop
I recently had a problem very similar to yours (I'm currently running Vista on a new Toshiba L315 notebook). Anyway, after trying several different things to no avail I eventually found the exact number of my sound card driver details (control panel ---> device manager ----> sound, video and game controllers ----> double click the sound card ----> click driver tab). Mine happened to be driver 6.0.6000.16386, which I then googled (along with the name of my SC, high definition audio device) and found this software:
I downloaded it and installed it. After restarting as suggested sound played through the headphone jack and cut off the internal speakers. VERY HAPPY. I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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