No sound via internal speakers after unplug external ones

No sound via internal speakers after unplug external ones

Post by RlNN » Fri, 26 Jan 2007 22:07:02

I have a HP Pavilion 9007tx with MCE - conextant hd audio card - my internal
speakers were working great - I plugged in my external altec lansing speakers
with the green jack and got great sound. When I unplugged the green jack from
external speakers my laptop internal speakers have no sound. I have
uninstalled and reinstalled drivers, reinstalled codecs, checked all volume
settings, muted and unmuted, visited kellys sound corner and checked all that
out, restored defaults in MCE sound settings - any ideas??? many many thanks
with this one Obi wan

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