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is it a tablet?....phone?....laptop??? you dont say. If it is a laptop..make sure you are plugging it into the 'headphone' jack...not the input or mike jack. they all look the same except for color. if itis a tablet...go into the settings and see that the headphone jack is set to 'headphones' and not 'speaker' It is possible you have a defective headphone jack...there is a small switch build into the jack that disconnects the speakers and turns the headphone audio path to the headphones. sorry..now I see what the device is "same answer"
1. check if your front panel is connected to your motherboard at proper port2. check "expert mode" on your via hd audio deck, click "advanced options" and check "redirected headphone" (THIS WILL UNCHECK "INDEPENDENT HEADPHONE") and uncheck "enable front panel jack detection" this should solve your problem.
It is a mecanical problem, not in settings. The laptop's headphone jacks have builted-in switches that disconnect internal speackers when the headphone jack is plugged in. You need to replase headphone jack with a new one or manually desactivate the swith - must to get ino your laptop and have skills in work with soldiering iron
If the sound of your laptop does not transfer to your head phones first ensure that you have plugged your headphones in the proper jack (I know this sounds silly but it happens.) You may have mistakenly plugged your headphones into the mic jack. Secondly if you are plugged into the proper jack try a different set of headphones to verify that it is not a problem with the headphones. If you get the same result with a second set of headphones then your headphone jack may be bad or came unplugged from your motherboard. In this case disassembly of the laptop may be necessary to check the headphone jack. I would wait for a few more suggestions before going that far though. Hope this was helpful.
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