Thank you in advance, Érick Hi Erick, Thank you for posting in Microsoft Community, we appreciate your effort in resolving the issue and providing the detailed description about the issue. Use your headphone on another computer. My system fails to notice the front headphones at all. What you normally do is set your back ones for Audio output to your speakers. Go to Control Pannel click on Hardware and Sound click on Sound then you devices should come up ; speakers, Digital Audio, and headphones plug your headphones in then select headphones at the bottom it will say set as default select that!! Once all the drivers are updated, check if you get audio from headphones. I'd also recommend running a Windows Update, to make sure your laptop computer has all the latest updates for Windows 10, and any audio driver updates.
I have an Eurocom shark 4 notebook and the headphone jack wont work. Do not plug in the wrong jack to make a low-level mistake. Windows 7 just isn't up for the task. I somehow, click outside or closed the pop-up without selecting the type of device. Now I'm back for help on audio problems. Find it on right bottom of the Taskbar. Hence, to avoid the conflict of third party applications I suggest you to deploy Clean boot and check if you are able to access the sound jack.
Fortunately, manually setting your headphones as the default device is easy: 1 On your keyboard, hold down the Windows logo key and press the X key. I closed out the netflix page and reopened it from the youtube page and all seems fine. You should see something called manage audio devices. I suggest that you try installing the native Windows audio driver. I've already reinstalled the realtek and windows drivers for the device several times, without success this includes installing old and new software. Therefore, you need to update your outdated driver. Thanks for the in depth response.
I pressed the volume up button, nothing has hapopened in 8 hours. First, follow below simple instructions to troubleshoot the problem. The method is similar to what you did when you uninstalled the realtek driver. What happened was, as usual, I inserted the headphone and pop-up appeared. Click the playback tab, and right-click where your speakers used to be. I'm not sure but you might get a fresh copy of the Dell Audio Manager with the fresh copy of the Realtek driver.
Not to worry, I will be glad to assist you. After it appears, follow steps above to set it as default device. Driver Talent will reveal the numbers of all your outdated, corrupted, broken or missing drivers within a few seconds, your problematic sound driver included. Here is how I made them visible and was then able to access them in Audacity. Try unplugging the headphone and unplugging it back it. This is not a device fix tutorial. Alright so, I am using a turtle beach x12 headset on my desktop and I use the front jacks as plugins.
And before it used to ask if it was headphones, speakers, headset etc where i could check a box. Fixes to try Here are four solutions you can try to fix the problem. I had the same problem in my Lenovo Thinkpad W540. After fiddling around a bit I might've found a solution and would like some to test it as well. And this should just fix the needful, it worked for me.
Windows automatically found the speakers and reinstalled them. I fera that it might be a problem with the hardware - the jack. I can plug my headset into it and I can hear sound through my headset, or I can plug my speakers in and they work just fine. I have done all the troubleshooting recommended - even rebooting and uninstalling everything and reinstalling it. The problem seems to be at least partially a Windows problem.
Apart from these, sometimes we need to use headphone for serious purposes such as to attend meeting through Skype, to call our friends in Skype etc. I don't want a 7. When I plug in the speakers, the sound just keeps coming out of the surface pro and does not come out of the external speakers. I was actually playing sound through my speakers on another open website netflix , and when I opened your youtube page, the sound finally transferred through to my headphones which I was also wearing at the time. So in order for me to hear sound, I'm going to have to plug my headset into the back of my computer permanently, my speakers into the front of my computer permanently which means I can't close my case , and I'm going to have to toggle between them on my sound manager.
The dialog boxes indicated the drivers were up to date, and I observed my settings appeared to be identical to those in your guide. Same jack as this morning, no hardware changed or upgraded. The laptop's speakers work fine. If it refuses to uninstall give it a couple seconds and try again until it uninstalls. Get back to me after try all this. I can't get any audio through the headphone jack.
I haven't tried to get both to work at the same time. Please someone give me a solution. Click folder icon at the right-top, and it will pops up a window: Connector Settings. Solution 1: Set the Headphone as Default Device The problem was usually caused by incorrect sound settings. Before you do all things below, try to make sure your headphone and jack is fine, if not, you are waste your time here.