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No sound when plugging headphone

Hi, i need help regarding my headphone, when i turn on my computer, i hear windows opening & shutting down Xp sounds, but when i play music, no sound; but when i plug my speakers, it works well., also, when cheking on the realtek audio manager, headphones are functioning well...help me please?

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Go to the control panel and then open system.

In there you should see your hardware. Make sure it is all set correctly.
Also check the speaker on the taskbar. Open the sound and make sure that all are checked or (not checked) on to make the sound work ... wave, midi, and so on for what you are playing . Some will turn on when checked, some will turn off when checked...try these settings.

Make sure your music player is set correctly. Go to the properties in the program.


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