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Acer travelmate 3270 speakers and headphones detection problem

My laptop does not always detect external speakers or headphones. This happens when i switch on my laptop and restart it. The first time when the laptop is switched on,external speakers and headphones are detected, but the second time around they are no detected, there is no sound coming out. For speakers and headphones to be detected again, the laptop has to be switced off for atleast an hour and sometimes more time is required. This is very incovinient. What is the cause of all this? PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!

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  • marius sa Aug 09, 2008

    While using skype I got a loud single tone noise.I Had to force the computer to shut down and only then the sound subsided. Since then I have had no sound whatsoever.

  • Anonymous Sep 06, 2008

    I have an Acer Aspire 1642 and cannot get it to recognise external speakers.

  • redamnesia Apr 21, 2009

    My earphones + jack from my Acer Travel mate 3270 never work properly, once I plug them in the sound is gone even thought the laptop detects the jacks..

  • Anonymous May 04, 2009

    Yes, same problem with above... Have you tried to stand by for a few seconds?

  • usper Mar 08, 2010

    please help me with my sound driver acer 3270 travelmate



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Put your laptop in standby mode for a minute and turn it on, the audio jack should be okay the. if not, repeat the process

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Are they wireless speakers? You might try updating the sound card driver.

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