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Volume through headphones and speakers.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Darkmasterz8, Sep 15, 2009.

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  1. Darkmasterz8

    Darkmasterz8 Thread Starter

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    I had this problem before but forgot how i fixed it.Well sound comes through my laptop speakers and headphones.It is definitely not the headphone jack problem.I have conexant hd-audio smartaudio 221.Everytime I increase the wave, it doesnt matter if i mute all volume cause sound still comes out.

    I have a Compaq Presario C700.I tried updatin it but it messed up and the volume icon disappeared so i rollbacked it.Not good with tech stuff but help would be appreciated,
     
  2. vicks

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    When you go into device manager, is there anything with a yellow triangle with an ! or ? in it?
    Vicks
     
  3. Darkmasterz8

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    Nope.
     
  4. kbjester

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    have you tried downloading and installing the drivers for your computers sounds? I had to do that when my hard drive was replaced .
     
  5. Darkmasterz8

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    Yeh I think my hard drive had to be replaced too when I brought it to the Pc people 2 days ago.

    Im not sure which drivers to install.I have conexant but should i download realtek?
     
  6. kbjester

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    that is what I did and it brought back my volume controls.
     
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