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My audio will only play from the internal speakers. When I plug in headphones the internal speakers keep going and I can hear nothing from the headphones.

I dont hear sound from my hp pavilion dv600 laptop internal speakers when i play music but when i connect my headphone, the sound is low compared to when the laptop was functioning normally.

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  • seadog3838 Sep 03, 2008

    Greetings,



    I have reinstalled windows XP and now I have no sounds through my on board speakes or through my headset, I have installed the latest drivers for the ALI Sound system.



    Thanks.

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    after windows automatic downlode my pc went silent an I can't find any way to get my volume back.



  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    Everytime I plug my headphones into the jack there is a faint crackling then nothing else. The speakers will keep playing as usual.

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    The subwoofer does not play when connected to my new C55 series laptop. Only the satellite speakers play

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I think the problem is in your Headphone jack.


Hope this helps.

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