I have a Dell Studio 15 1555 running windows 7 Professional. Solution: Get a tooth pick or something and stick it in there to un-jam the sensor. Second, isolate again, try to use a headset, if your headset is doing fine and the sound settings are normal then it is a hardware problem, consult the manufacturer or any local technician. Right-click the headphones icon and select the Properties. Also when I plug in the headphones there's still the speakers only under audio sources but now there's sound. Option 4: Perform a refresh If none of the above options help, you might need to perform a refresh to get your Bluetooth devices working again. One thing I noticed, is that computer actually recognises the sound, because the.
Also check playback devices, click on speakers, click on Properties, check levels. Please help me i don't know what else to do This problem drove me crazy for two days solid, so I wanted to share the solution that I found. So, Just now my laptop was not using the audio plug. Sound should then be switched back to the speakers. Select a date and follow the instructions Important: When you use System Restore to restore the computer to a previous state, programs and updates that you have installed after that date are removed. I installed the chipset and audio drivers from Lenovo myself.
Right click the speaker you want and set it to default device. Suddenly I find my laptop's built in speakers not working, however, when I plug in my headphones audio works. Unfortunately this is very difficult for me to troubleshoot. Then the device will back to the early state when the original driver was installed. Solutions for No Sound after Unplugging Headphones There are various factors that cause sound not working in Windows 10 when you unplug your headphones from the jack port.
Use Win + R to open Run. I've tried updating my drivers. Uninstall and reinstall the device. I did all the maintenance and uninstalling the drivers and reinstalling, but none of those worked till I used the old reliable toothpick. Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date 1 Dec 5, 2018 12 Dec 1, 2018 0 Nov 19, 2018 10 Jul 14, 2018 1 May 22, 2018 2 Mar 30, 2018 8 Sep 23, 2017 3 Aug 28, 2017 5 Aug 20, 2017 0 Aug 20, 2017 2 Jun 6, 2017 1 May 14, 2017 3 Mar 30, 2017 1 Mar 6, 2017 1 Feb 25, 2017 3 Feb 24, 2017 1 Jan 22, 2017 1 Dec 4, 2016 1 Nov 16, 2016 2 Nov 5, 2016. Regards, Niranjan Manjhi Thank you very much for the quick response!! Solution: Get a tooth pick or something and stick it in there to un-jam the sensor. I've got a Thinkpad T430s Windows 7 here and it's acting strangely.
Very frustrated and need to get to bed now because of work in the morning, but I will be sure to check back and try any suggestions and answer any questions. Click the gear icon in the up-right corner to open the Device advanced settings. Sometimes they can be hidden by default. Solution 1: Check Hardware Related to Windows Audio Firstly, you need to check hardware related to such no sound issue on either your desktop or laptop. Install Compatible Audio Drivers to Fix No Sound from Speakers Error If the methods above did not work, you need to check your sound card drivers. When I open the 'Playback devices' dialogue from right clicking the speaker in the task bar it shows the green equalizer bar moving up and down if something is playing, but there's no audio.
Still remote, I now reboot. Some incorrectly configured sound devices can result in the no sound when the headphones are unplugged. Occasionally, and I should say very occasionally, the audio port is just not recognized. Uncheck the Give exclusive mode applications priority. Solution: Get a tooth pick or something and stick it in there to un-jam the sensor.
If there are any problems it would be detected and the system will either solve it or ask you to take some necessary steps. If you still fail to fix no sound after unplugging headphones in 2017 Windows 10 updates, don't hesitate to comment below to let us know. Go to Control Panel and then to the Audio section and look at what is the default audio output device. Right-click on your headphone audio device and then click on Enable. Follow the steps as outlined above until right-clicking your audio driver, select Uninstall instead and restart your computer.
If that is working fine then it means there is some problem with your lenovo laptop itself. Any idea how to get sound again!? God knows how it got checked but it was at at the time I was installing new software I cannot remember what for so I suspect that had glitch and did it for me. And lastly like the second one, if headset is okay but soundsettings are abnormal or you can't change it, then format the laptop. Choose General tab and go to the Device usage to see if this device has been disabled. Let's try to isolate the problem to either hardware defective laptop , or software a Windows problem. Diagnose the problem down to the cause. I recently installed Windows 10 and I think this may have affected my sound settings.