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Compaq laptop running vista suddenly lost ability for headphone output to override the internal speaker output

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If this problem is new and wasnt like it a while ago i would try a system restore back to when it was running ok

If you go to the start button bottom left of laptop then type into the search box system restore it should take you there then restore back to the date you think it was ok


good luck

Posted on Nov 14, 2010

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