Probably the realtek if thats what audio chip you have. After I had blown in my jack it worked like a charm : by hundreds of dollars speakers with a headphones plugged in. Johnny Guys I've had the same problems as you guys. Then I came across this and everything was clear and my sound worked as it should. This is a listing of every piece of hardware your computer currently recognizes.
Uninstall your audio drivers and reinstall them. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. It may not fix the problem but something else that should be done. I saw a video on resoldering it. Basically You got speakers grate they do not need an amp per say but the sub dose. Maybe I'm not talking sweet enough to the thing? Audio is working, except there is a permanent whistle very disturbing. Hope this will help you.
I am almost ready to buy a soundcard to remedy this but that seems ridiculous when there is 7. Everything is working fine now for me. Then boot system up and load optimized default. This can be entered by pressing the Delete key on boot-up, usually. Please feel free to reply in case you face any other issues with Windows in future.
That quickly turned into having to wiggle the microphone plug. If you ever want to record audio from the Internet you will also need Stereo Mix. Nor do I feel like I need to, but my determination to figure this out will probably drive me to eliminate that option heh. This revealed an advanced setting with a tick box labelled Microphone Boost. I have tried to uninstall by Device Manager, and reinstalled either by scan new device or by driver install software from Realtek website.
Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Hi, This is driving me mad now also as soon as I google it there seems to be hundreds of similar problems. About three years ago I began to intermittently lose sound from the intergrated speakers on my Dell Inspiron 6000. Upon the restart, the soundcard drivers will reinstall. The sound card had been working fine with Windows 10 for the past 3 months. Good to know I was not the only one with this problem. I didn't even need to send back the old panel.
Brilliant guide, thank you very much. None of the ports recognize anything that I plug in i only have 2 sets of 2. When i plug in my headphone at front the speakers get replaced, means I head everything through the headphone. If sounds are still not working, go back in the Device Manager, right click on the first item listed in the sound category and select properties. Running the windows sound troubleshooting. After restarting the computer, the system will automatically install the available drivers.
Also, right click on your volume icon in the lower right hand corner of the desktop. It came with Vista, but I upgraded to Windows 7 a couple months ago, which I think is causing the issues I'm experiencing. There was an exact same problem posted on the Windows 8 forum. Then that the onboard sound is enabled and then the more usual issues. Is it possible I fried my built-in audio at some point? You did not mention whose sound driver is on the motherboard.
You need something to amp that sound Most subs run the speakers as the lone out port is not powered. I have tried downloading some drivers, but they didnt work. Here is the Webb site I finaly got a reponse from. There's a program that comes with it, and when you plug in a jack, it asks what you'reusing the jack for. You get a window like this, If you have downloaded an updated driver from the manufacturers support pages, use the Update Driver button and point the installation to the driver you downloaded.