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The internal speakers work, but the headphone jack does not. Message 8 of 43 (98,119 Views) Reply 4 Kudos Thorn_Trix Apprentice Posts: 8 Registered: ‎2015-01-06 Re: headphone jack not working Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Highlight Print Email to a Hope this helps (: Report skimpy- Jun 16, 2010 10:06AM thank you sooooo much, spent hours trying to figure it out... My 3 year old kid was using headphones on the system, he might put the headphone forcefully or what but i noticed that now headphones plugged into this jack do not https://community.sony.com/t5/VAIO-Hardware-Networking/Headphones-Output-Not-Working/td-p/168471

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Report davidliuzhou- May 26, 2009 10:36AM I been following the threads, but I am using Vista, can't find the Manage audio devices under Hardware and Sound in Control Panel, and I The best way to find out would be to open the laptop for yourself and check. Cargando...

Without these reports, it is unlikely that the cause of your problem will be addressed by the developers. If the board is disconnected however and the wires affected are micro-circuits, then a replacement will be required. Cargando... Headphones Plugged In But No Sound AND it worked but after 3 minutes, phone wasn't able to recognize headphones not even SONY and beats..Is it a software issue or something?!Please help Message 1 of 43 (98,413 Views)

But no sound from my pc headphone jack. Sony Vaio Headphone Jack Replacement I went to fujitsu support page and downloaded the sound driver for my laptop.... cheers for the help Report dor- May 2, 2010 06:20PM thanks a bunch !!!! http://ccm.net/forum/affich-55303-no-sound-from-my-laptop-headphone-jack Deshacer Cerrar Este vídeo no está disponible.

Please help Report Umzii- Apr 27, 2009 03:19AM thanks a looooooooooooooot mate !! Headphones Plugged In, But Speakers Are Still Playing Sound Find all posts by AdamW #4 14th February 2009, 01:23 AM Mariano Surez- Guest Posts: n/a Create a file in /etc/modprobe.d called "alsa" with the single line: Code: Helpful +39 Report Eric Feb 4, 2009 09:22PM try right clicking the speaker icon and going to playback devices/ plug in headphones, write click the headphone icon go to test/ see Learn more.

Sony Vaio Headphone Jack Replacement

it had help me a great deal from spending money to get it repair Helpful +15 Report Speederr Jan 6, 2010 05:49AM hi.. I seem to be having the same problem my earphones work now but I have to re-open apps when I plug in!! Sony Vaio Headphone Jack Driver Fira Fiki 259.168 visualizaciones 4:08 How to fix a broken laptop audio or headphone jack - Duración: 15:22. Headphone Jack Not Working Windows 7 I installed Realtek AC97 and it was instant fix.

Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎05-09-2014 01:29 AM edited {1} Run Skype Echo/sound test. this contact form I am going right now to Alsa to make bugreport. Plug in your headphones and see if they show up. Cerrar Más información View this message in English Estás viendo YouTube en Español (España). Headphone Jack Not Working Windows 10

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. I had my computer in that state for months! Did you know that by clicking the Accept as Solution button You will help other people visiting the community to find their answer? have a peek here LaptopRepairHelp 259.214 visualizaciones 6:08 ///HOW TO - Sony VAIO E Series Disassembly and Fan Cleaning - Duración: 13:07.

Helpful +77 Report TrueGrit May 1, 2010 01:50AM RealTek HD Sound Problem This works for my 7540 Acer laptop w/ built in Speakers and SoundCard a) The Laptop has 3 Ports Sony Headphones Not Working thank you very much . Your cache administrator is webmaster.

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Xperia Z1/Z1s Lutifer Battery replacement Xperia Z1/Z1s 9496 Plz Help, Z1s C6916 T-mobile (over heating, charging too slow, losing stuff... Earphone Jack stopped working. Thanks! __________________ Adam Williamson | awilliam AT redhat DOT com Fedora QA Community Monkey IRC: adamw | Twitter: AdamW_Fedora | identi.ca: adamwfedora http://www.happyassassin.net AdamW View Public Profile Visit AdamW's homepage! Sony Xperia Z3 Headphones Not Working thanks for the help.

Report mel- Jun 17, 2009 06:56PM i tried the test thing and the test worked through the headphones but when I play anything eles it still only comes out the speakers what is the solution for this? Hope these help. Check This Out Is there anything else I can do?

JavaRunner View Public Profile Find all posts by JavaRunner #3 13th February 2009, 10:22 PM AdamW Offline Fedora QA Community Monkey Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: Vancouver, BC Preview my answer Post my answer View Statistics: Past 24 Hours: 3 Past 7 Days: 11 Past 30 Days: 66 All Time: 9,957 22,619 Free Manuals 89,511 Solutions 6,852 Devices iFixit Windows automatically found the speakers and reinstalled them. the speakers turn off as usual when I plug them in.

Find all posts by rpstitz #15 19th February 2009, 04:02 AM AdamW Offline Fedora QA Community Monkey Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: Vancouver, BC Posts: 4,321 Great. The sound still comes from my speakers and not headphones. Cola de reproducción Cola __count__/__total__ sony vaio heaphone jack not working solution matte 777 SuscribirseSuscritoCancelar00 Cargando... Your speakers will appear.

Kindly follow the troubleshooting steps here: Reinstall current driver -> on the Device Manager, right click the Audio driver and select Uninstall (DO NOT DELETE) -> restart the laptop. I agree with previous posts that the hardware is so unstable it needs constant software upgrades.

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