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Windows 7: headphone jack unplugged

28 Apr 2011   #11
jeevan

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

motherboard asus p5kpl... n audiodriver s realtek..


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29 Apr 2011   #12
suman6792

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

just follow this--- at first go to realtek sound manager and then select device advanced setting and select the other option and after this you will see a folder image at right top corner, select this and choose the other option and click on ok. now your headphone setting are ready. then you will see tow extra tabs one is headphone and other is microphone. now you will see a tik mark on the loud speaker, select the headphone tad and click on the SET DEFAULT DEVICE now you are ready. if you want to get back to your speaker just do vise varsa . (pls don't mind for my broken english)
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02 May 2011   #13
jeevan

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

sorry suman........ ididnt find OTHER OPTIONS FROM device advanced settings....
my system doesnt detect d front panel.......... earlier it was working fine...... but after i re installed the windows 7 it shows dat d front panel not plugged in ........... wat to do man ..... r u an indian?
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03 May 2011   #14
suman6792

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

ok then try this go to realtec audio setting >select device advanced settings > then tik to the MAKE FRONT AND REAR OUTPUT DEVICES PLAYBACK TWO DIFFERENT AUDIO STREAMS SIMULTANEOUSLY> click to ok > now click to the CONNECTOR SETTINGS( a small folder picture)> tik to the DISABLE FRONT PANEL JACK DETECTION> CLICK ON OK . THAT ALL

YES I AM AN INDIAN

BY THIS PROCESS YOUR FRONT JACK DETECTION WILL BE STOP THEN YOUR FRONT PANAL WILL BE ALAWAYS ACTIVE FOR YOUR HEADFONE.
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