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speaker got confused of it's function

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  1. su_long

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    i owned a notebook Asus A555LD. The problem is that without any headset or headphone there is no sound produced by the speaker. But with headset or headphone there is sound produced. But the sound coming from speaker not from the headset or headphone. And for your information, i used Realtek high definition audio. It all started after the blackout. Hope to get an answer ASAP.
     
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    recently i'd posted about my notebook speaker problem. FYI, i already uninstalled realtek n now i'm using High Definition Audio Device. the speaker has already resume it's function normally. the problem is when i plugged in my headphone/headset, it's recognized as not plugged in. and when i unplugged my headphone/headset, it's recognized as plugged in. how can i fix this?? HELPPPP!!!!
     
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    what does that mean ?
     
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    the night before the problem occurs, there was one really scary thunderstorm outside...it felt like a bomb exploded near the house...even though i already turn off my notebook, the effect of thunderstorm damage my adapter...and it's basically my mistake because i didn't take the plug out of the socket...not just my adapter, my speaker too...as for my speaker, it not recognized my headphone when i plugged in and recognized my headphone when i unplugged it...
     
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    The laptop could be damaged as well if it was plugged in.

    Having said that, device recognition is a function of the hardware (ports) AND the audio drivers. Have you tried reinstalling the audio drivers? The drivers should be available from the laptop manufacturers website.
     
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    if the issue still remains after reinstalling the audio driver, does that mean the problem is with the hardware(ports)??
     
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    Then I'd suspect the audio chipset itself is faulty.

    What is the audio chipset status in Device Manager?
     
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    how can i check the status...i know how to get to the device manager...sorry for my noobness...
     
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    Start / Control Panel / Device Manager

    There should be an audio / multimedia section
     
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