South Australia Local time: Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. Posted 30 November – Several functions may not work. This brought up a list of options to indicate which jack the speakers were plugged into. PostmanPot Honorary Master Mar 13, After changing the selection to “Rear Speaker Out”, and clicking OK, the sound was cut off from the rear jack to which the speakers were plugged into.
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Yes the front audio? South Australia Local time: Joined Oct 1, Messages 1. Firstly I played a music track in WMP and swapped the speaker cable from the rear jack to the front green jack, but I didn’t get any audio out of the front jack. The only tab available in the Audio Manager was the Digital Output tab. Changing the selection back to “Front Speaker Out”, and clicking OK, reinstated the audio from the rear jack.
Has anyone had a similar problem and found a solution? Posted 30 November – Big Giveaway – Win prizes worth R3, I normally have stereo speakers plugged into the rear green jack and they have been working fine up until today I mean check if don’t have the HD audio mixed up Any idea where I should start troubleshooting this?
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I think I then returned the speaker cable back to the rear green jack and then discovered that I had lost the sound from the rear also. Plugging the headphones into the front jack did not produce sound and did not mute the rear jack audio as it should, given the other settings. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. Using the site is easy and fun. Please log in to reply.
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The Realtek HD Audio Manager wasn’t recognizing the headphones plugged into the front or rear green jacks. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. Several functions may not work. I’ve forgotten my password. Click here to Register a free account now! What’s new New posts New profile posts Latest activity.
So I deleted it there, then tried installing the latest drivers. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts.
Guys, not to worry. However, it showed, incorrectly, that the speakers were plugged into the front jack.