How do I fix the internal speaker sound of HP 3380 MT?
The sound driver is okay sound can be heard when ear jack is plugged in, but when it is plugged out the internal speaker will not respond. I changed another good speaker but no sound. how do I fix this please?
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step by step inch by inch BT sound ok HDMI sound ok main sounds dead. at internal and at ext. 3.5mm line out jack dead. that means BIOS has that chip off , so go to BIOS and turn it on if it is on, the get the driver from HP
you have yet told the full service tag data here. so i cant even go to hp for you and ask them can I. so why dont you go to hp and ask them and they will ask you for the service tag, or fails.
If the stereo jack works, then there is no problem with the sound card or its drivers. Your speakers have played their last, most likely some internal wiring broken as speakers themselves rarely just quit.
ibm sound card is not faulty, because you are getting sound with your head phone. The head phone jack have two functions 1. to give output to head phone 2. to disconnect internal speakers when you plug in head phone. The jack for headphone in normal position not give connectivity to internal speakers. SOLUTION : REPLACE THE HEADPHONE JACK. I think it will help you.
The first thing to check is to ensure you have the most updated drivers for your computer and the audio section. If that is okay, then it may be that the speakers are busted. If you have a set of headphones, you can plug them in and if the sound is okay, then the problem is probably your speakers.
Set the squelch and knob to full counter-clockwise position. Turn the volume up to the 1/2 way point. Disconnect the external speaker plug from the jack. Disconnect any PA speaker plug from jack. Static / voices should be heard from internal speaker. If not disconnect the mic. Static / voices should be heard. If not, tune a different channel, sound should be heard. if not, look for indication of the radio stuck in transmit mode. If in transmit, there will be no sound until you can stop transmitting (hopefully while connected to a 50 ohm dummy load or suitable antenna - otherwise the final transistors may be blown). Reconnect accessories to determine problem component.
i just had it solved once for my frend. . wat to do is uninstall everything realted to yur sound hardware .. and get the latest updates ... from ..their site ... and install it .. it will work .. before .. doin this just try .... 1 conect the headphone 2 open the mixer .. in that there will selection of device. .. from that select headphone if it is available. ..