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The reason is most likely that your speakers are the default device for listening to sound. Go to the control panel > Sounds > Look at the devices listed, Highlight the headphones icon and select default, hit apply and ok.
From everything I've read and tried over the years it all points to the same thing. Because there is such a big imedence mismatch between standard headphones and laptop output jacks, that they never seem to quite work. I have seen a couple machines that the sound works fine but for the most part the sound is either dull or tiney.
If you are using Windows XP then the problem is related to the sound drivers. Actually this notebook is not officially designed to work on WindowsXP, however there are some unofficial drivers available for windows XP,you may try downloading the sound drivers from: http://sites.google.com/site/sriksang/software/drivers
I'd recommend to install all the drivers from this page. In case the drivers on this site do not work, let me know I shall provide you other links to the drivers.
Is there a switch to turn on the headphone port? Is there a control on the headphones to adjust the volume (on a volume level on the side of the laptop)? Also, when the headphones are plugged into the laptop, go into your sound settings and turn up the master volume (and wave volume if it is low.. If that works, make sure to turn it back down when disconnecting the headphones).
Also, do the headphones work in another device (stereo, etc..)?
If the sound is coming you have installed the driver properly
try to change the head phone jack , if doesnt help it could be the problem of your head phone socket. because when you insert the jack , circuit inside the headphone socket closes and your outside speakers will be off