Broken audio jack

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shaou

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Hello guys, i find out that my audio jack is broken and i cant use my build-in speakers. I tried updating my drivers, unistall them and reinstall them over and over again but nothing really worked. I heared someone telling that you can use some kind of realtek audio manager to change the audio from audio jack to build-in speakers but i cant find anything relatable. If someone could help me would be awesome, thanks

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cwwozniak

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Hello shaou, and welcome to TSG.

for more specific questions feel free to ask me.
How about telling us the manufacturer and full model number of your computer.

Some computers have a switch on the headphone jack that signals the audio controller to switch from speakers to a headphone output. Other computers have the headphone jack disconnect the speakers directly when the headphones are plugged in.
 
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