I bought laptop abput 2 month before. few weeks before it was not stating. one day i put usb device in laptop then it sundden turned off then i repaired this. since speaker and headohone is not working in the laptop.
This happened in my laptop too where the computer didnt recognize when I plugged in the earphones, I had to take the battery out of the back and unplug it to completely restart the computer then it decided to work. It did this twice to me but it worked afterwards both times. Hope this helps.
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no computer listed, no OS stated, now THAT is a challenge. no?
this is common
it causes the system to have 2 sounds systems
that head phone is not that, its Head phones and a USB sound chip. (2 sounds systems are there now)
so you have 2 choices. (confuses me wife too)
1:; in device manager turn off the PC sound car, "disable it"
2: or learn how to run both using the sound, applit in the task stray.
right click speaker icon in tray
the pick (windows10) play back device
and last pick (which one you want now, new heads or stock speaker)
You can try booting a live linux CD or thumbdrive and see if that gives you sound. That will give you an idea if it's Windows or a hardware problem. If it's a windows problem try uninstalling and reinstalling your drivers. If that doesn't work keep searching around or just try a fresh install of windows.
I bought one myself, I have a Vista OS, non-integrated bluetooth laptop.. I had to pop in the USB dongle for capabilities....Still cant get the Mic to work though...so if anyone knows anything on that....I went to HP live chat session too.
BUT HERES THE MODES YOU MAY NEED TO PUT IT IN... Searchable/Discovery- Hold down the power button about 6-7 secs and it will sound a few short low beeps and flash between Red and Blue, then search 8) Erase Pairing Profiles- Press and hold the Track forward/track backward Button together until it flashes purple. Hardware reset- if headset is screwy, froze up, LED display is incorrect...Plug in headset, and hold down bothh Volume buttons, this will power it down and reset its state of confusion, lol Passkey is always '0000' by default
2-short Hi beeps....Connected
2- short low beeps....pairing mode also
1 long Hi beep.....Power On/Off
1 long low beep....lost Connection
No it's NOT a problem with your mainboard nor your USB it's the headphones that are ****! I am a tech, bought the Logitech headphones same problem... I try them on 3 different laptops and 2 other PC's and the problem follows the head phones... Simple solution... Don't buy Logitech. That's how I solved my problem. :o)
This is a "known issue" that I have raised to Plantronics. Whether they do anything about it, remains to be seen. The workaround I have discovered seems to work with both of my P590 headphones that stopped charging:
1. Plug in the USB charging cable to a laptop or computer that is powered on. 2. Connect the USB charging cable to the headphones 3. Connect the 3.5mm headphone cord cable to the headphone output on the laptop of computer (this is the long cable with the normal 3.5mm stereo plug at each end) 4. Plug the other end of the 3.5mm cable into the P590 input.