HP DV2000 front jacks

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wylande

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I have a HP DV 2000 notebook that is about 3 months old. It is running windows Vista business. Yesterday i noticed that the front headphone jacks will not work. I have tired all the drivers i could find however the ports still will not work. I here a pop when i insert headphones into the jack however sound still ONLY comes from the PC sneakers:mad: . Any ideas??
 

wylande

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The sound on my doc also doesn't work.:confused: . When i plug in the docking station the speakers connected to it doesn't work ether. Sound still comes out of the PC speakers.
 
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Mines started doing that too, same laptop and pretty much the same age. Did you find a solution for this? Thanks x
 
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ya so my dv6000 just did the same thing...out of the blue....i installed active x from microsoft updates website...and the sound from my headphone jacks was non existent---this after using the jacks for an amplified sound system just minutes before----im dling new updates and i think microsoft has a new update for the sound drivers.....ill let yall know wat happens......but if nebody knows wtf is goin on ---im all ears---this is driving me crazy-----the hp tech even said "its the headphone jacks that are bad".....................help!!:mad:
 
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If you still hear the sound from speakers after pluging jacks in, it can be faulty audioboard, or audioboard is not properly connected to motherboard.
on one_certified_wi question answer is - you just burned your audioboard, you can connect them nominal line-in.
 
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