Initially its always a good idea to check all cabling and connection positions and double check again to ensure correctness. If it is a hardware problem, plugging in the headset opens a switch which redirects the signal to the headset. Fully uninstalled and then installed. Saw on many forums but no one seems to had a fix. In Device Manager, under sound, video, and game controllers, I show 2 items: 1: Intel Display Audio 2: Realtek High Definition Audio, where I show a driver version 6. The support page link below for this motherboard shows it does not support Windows 10, only up to Windows 8.
What is the device status in Device Manager? Highlight the default device Click Properties Click Enhancements tab Next to 'Loudness Equalization' take out the check mark in the box. I have a Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro I purchased a year ago. When I unplugged the headphones, I cannot get any sound to come out of the computer. I'm not even sure that my computer came with realtek I just took a guess. The activity bars for the speakers are active.
The support page link below for this motherboard shows it does not support Windows 10, only up to Windows 8. I had my monitor with built-in speakers plugged into the lime green Hello, until recently my sound was working fine. That in combination with a firmware flash for the motherboard is what i would try if you haven't already. As you mentioned the issue still persists after trying out the steps. Perhaps, with the system off, you could play with the headset plug and insert and remove a few times. I'm not seeing any different options.
Finally, this option is located in a very convenient location to quickly change settings to suit your audio needs. So if there's like a way to do it I'm not seeing it or if i clicked it or its enabled it's not working. When I bought it it had Windows 8 installed and I had the exact same problem then. Please refer to the below mentioned link to perform system restore: Method 4: If none of the above mentioned methods help, you may uninstall the soundcard driver and then restart the computer. Reinstalling the driver and even reinstalling W10 does not solve the problem. For the rear connections this can be excluded anyway, as the output busses are directly soldered to the board.
It looks like you have your Samsung display which obviously has speakers in it selected as the default. Here is the playback devices window: Notice in my audio manager screenshot below none of the front, rear or center cables have been detected. In the past, my earphones would work when plugged into the. I may be wrong but in any case, the speakers are working and I will just not be using Realtek. Also, thanks for the reply.
You can always reinstall them in the future if you ever need them again. Thank you for your support but it looks like this is not a software problem after all. Sadly, I had lost my motherboard's drivers disc. The volume light on the laptop base was indicated as red which meant the volume was off, even when the volume on the laptop screen was on. The latest Realtek driver 6. If it is disabled then there is not a previous driver to roll back to. I know the lime green is the one your supposed to use, but none of them even make a friction sound when pluggin something in.
I have tried deleting the drivers and restarting my system. Select ' Driver ' tab and select Roll Back Driver check if the issue persists. Im thinking it may be a problem with the onboard sound card, since non if the audio jacks seem to be acknowledged by the computer when i plug something in. If there's a way to scan my computer for components let me know. Except for the audio drivers.
I did infact put my pc to sleep that previous day for the first time in a very long time. I've tried changing jacks, uninstalling the sound drivers, I restored to an earlier date. I managed to fix it and it works like a charm now. The Lenovo tech was able to browse to the microsoft default drivers and override Realtek. But the representation shown below stays the same. Hello, I upgraded to Windows 10 fairly recently. Right click the start menu, select Device Manager.