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Help with Laptop speaker problems

Discussion in 'Windows - General discussion' started by furashu, Jun 29, 2007.

  1. furashu

    furashu Regular member

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    hi i have a compaq v3000z and ive been using my headphone jack lately and i took out the headphone jack and i dont hear anything from my speakers, i made sure the volume was maxed. When i put the headphones back in i can hear the sound but on the speakers no.
    does anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. Phil0391

    Phil0391 Guest

    Its probably your driver. If you go to Compaq.com they have all the drivers there.
     
  3. nasayin

    nasayin Regular member

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    On your laptop, there should be a mute button. Press that button and see if that helps.
     
  4. seb32

    seb32 Regular member

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    see if there is a volume control other than the one in windows (+- buttons, a knob, etc.)
     
  5. Phil0391

    Phil0391 Guest

    ....And if that doesn't work its most likely a driver problem.
     
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  6. seb32

    seb32 Regular member

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    I don't know much about this, but if the headphones work fine, how can it be a driver problem?
     
  7. Phil0391

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    Theres no other explination for it. Thats the only possible reason left.
     
  8. seb32

    seb32 Regular member

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    point taken, but the speakers themselves could be busted ;-)
     
  9. Phil0391

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    Thats also a possibility, but what would cause them not to work?

     
  10. seb32

    seb32 Regular member

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    Dunno, if he dropped his laptop or something...
     
  11. Phil0391

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    -@furashu

    Did you damage your laptop in anyway?
     

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