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Got an oldish sony vaio, speakers work but headphones dont work, is it a driver problem? if so what driver do i need, as the sony site dosnt have my model number!

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It could be a driver problem but it could be a windows mixer problem. click on the speaker icon on the lower right tool bar with the right mouse button and see if the sound is selected for external speakers only.
See if the headphone selection is checked or unchecked; if it is unchecked, go ahead and place a check mark in the box and try it then.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Feb 11, 2011

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