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Hey! Make sure that the problem isnt in the headphones. Try it in an mp3 player or another audio device. If you are sure it is the audio port, than the actual internal connector has a short. I would not recommend going in and soldering things on your motherboard but if you can, go for it. Be careful you do not drop anything.
You could also buy a cheap sound card. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829180004
These are usually of good quality but like anything you buy online, check the ratings and reviews. That seems to have good ratings though. Good luck!
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