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I would like to know if the NC10 is supposed to have sound come out of the speakers when the headphone is plugged into the appropriate jack. I hear sound coming out of the speakers as well as from the headphones when I plug in a headset. I thought the sound was supposed to be cut off from the computer’s speakers. Is this the way the NC10 is supposed to function, or is there something wrong with my headphone outlet.
Thanks in advance.
They should cut out with a coule of mill of the headphone jack still to be inserted
Have you got the Realtek software installed? Should be in the control panel.
They do cut off for me, but I did notice it took a few seconds, which suggests the cut off is software based, not hardware.
Makes me concerned that it might go wrong and I could be unaware I’m blaring out from the speakers.
However, make sure the jack is firmly in place and pushed all the way in.
The cutoff is definitely by software, as several Linux distributions show the same behaviour on the NC10, and need an update to the sound libraries (ALSA) to correct it.
Thank you all for your assistance. Yes, I now know that the problem WAS software related. I had shut down EDS agent in Task Manager. When I restarted my computer and plugged in headphones the sound is now cut off and sent through the headphones. So this definitely is controlled by the software!
Thanks again you great people here in this forum! 🙂
I had the same problem i went to Realtek in the control panel and switched the sound from the speakers to the headphones. Thanks s162000
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