If you have re-installed your audio driver and the problem remains then it is a hardware problem, except there is one configuration that can shut down audio to the headphones. What appears in the list depends to an extent on the audio driver. If they need power are they plugged in? See if the sound works with this configuration. If so, select Use this device enable from the drop-down menu. I don't know what you did in that video, but when I clicked on your link, my problem with my headphone jack was solved instantly. I tried to use my headphones but couldnt hear any sound, also tried speakers still no sounds.
For example, if you hear an echo only when someone else talks, the problem may be with the headset connection of the person who is talking. Look for the Recording tab. Please reply for any further help. I thought I would never hear myself suggest that. Hi, what sort of headphones are they? Also, right now i'm trying out the Razer Surround Audio Controller software that came with the headset, but it's still the same. Anyhow, after i connected all the cables and turned on the computer again i did not have any sound. That is when Headphones are selected to be the default Communication device.
Thanks so much for your time : What I had to do was uninstall the drivers and then reinstall the realtek drivers in compatibility mode windows 7 and run as admin. Never really resolved it as the user didn't want to do a complete reinstall. Make sure you have your Xbox One Chat Headset selected from the dropdown list of devices while you are testing. Ok, can you confirm your speakers mute when you plug in your headphones? Checked bios has onboard sound turned on. I did try roll back to many different version of old drivers and latest drivers, didn't solve my problem. You could try a separate sound card, to see what happens. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum So basically it started a few days ago 29th of August 2016 and my headphones razer kraken 7.
Type into regedit and hit the key Enter. I had this very same issue and was digging around everywhere for answers when I came across your post. I guess this is one of the good things about the Net - that people are willing to post on forums like this and help others out. My computer skills are about 2 on a scale of 10. There is an Inspiron 15R N5110 that uses Realtek. More options: 4 Is the sound device disabled? I am not the most computer savvy person so I am sure I have missed something glaringly obvious to someone more experienced then I am.
None of the ports recognize anything that I plug in i only have 2 sets of 2. Your speakers should be checked in green and probably your headset. Head to 'Device Manager' just search this term in the search bar , 2. I fixed the problem with the computer playing through both the speakers and the headphones, i just deleted every driver both for sound and microphone and every program that involved anything with sound, then just restarted the pc and let it re-download everything. Note: The system speakers and wired headsets work perfectly. But I want to thank you. The headphones do work as I use them for my desktop.
Click on the one you would like to use by going to the taskbar and clicking the sound option. What worked for me was a procedure described here: I'll paste it down below: 1: go to device manager 2: find sound and game controllers 3:right click on high definition audio device and click update driver software 4:click browse my computer for driver software 5: then click on let me pick from a list of devices on my computer 6: and click on high definition audio device the top one 7: done! Click Hardware and Sound, then select Playing Audio. Your speakers should be checked in green and probably your headset. I hope that helps you. . Restart the computer to make the audio driver updates take effect properly.
Hope this help you guys. I had problems with this myself as well. Made sure the realtek driver is default. The application will not recognise the different output device until you restart the app. Even the Sony tech support guy did not mention turning on the Bluetooth items you told me to. You should now have Headphone sound if your volume is not Muted. It should then automatically use the new default device.
Right click your sound driver, hit 'Properties' and navigate to the 'Driver' tab. If you followed all the advice above and still cant find a cure, I might have another suggestion for you. Note: It is recommended to before any driver changes on your computer. Select to show disconnected devices and disabled devices. Solutions for No Sound after Unplugging Headphones There are various factors that cause sound not working in Windows 10 when you unplug your headphones from the jack port.