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Windows 7: Front End Headphone Jack doens't let all sound go through


07 Aug 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 
Front End Headphone Jack doens't let all sound go through

My computer is Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit version. The problem is the front end speakers on the tower. When I go to adjust the volume for the headphones, it takes off the applications and such. I hear sound when I click the volume adjust button, but no sound comes from any other source. The two attachments I am posting with this are for the volumes of the headphones and speakers.

Update: I found out that the headphones were not the default device. However, once I make them the default device for sound, the speakers no longer produce sound except when I click the volume adjust button. Is there anyway not to have to do this and still being able to use both whenever I want (i.e. being able to use the speakers when the headphones are not plugged in and only use headphones when they are plugged in while the default is the speakers).



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