I’m having the same problem. Right click the speaker icon on the bottom right part of the taskbar. Run the Playing Audio troubleshooter: Did you manage to work it out? I’m at a loss. How satisfied are you with this response? Set headphones as default playback device.

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I have the same question DalthaDolanch Created on November 15, Alienwrae tried method 1 and it did not change anything. Did you manage to work it out?

I’m having the same problem. This thread is locked. Set headphones as default playback device.

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I am having the exact same issue at the moment as I just updated to windows Tell us about your experience with recon3ci site. Thanks for the info. In reply to Junglejames’s post on August 3, In reply to DalthaDolanch’s post on November 16, I’m currently using Alienware M14x R Surely someone has a solution by now? There was no sound, of course.


I am having exacly the same issue with exactly the same PC. Thank you so much in advance.

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How satisfied are you with aloenware response? Click on Troubleshooting and click on View all. Zavalon Replied on September 21, Select the enable option 5.

I would like some help. Run the Playing Audio troubleshooter: This is getting very strange.

Thank you so much for your quick response and I hope you can help me again. When I plug in the headphones, the sound comes from the speakers AND the headphones. I checked the list and it doesn’t look like the alienwwre manager recognizes the jack at all. Hello, What I have: Keep us posted with the status of the issue.

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This site in other languages x. Hope this will help you. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. Endermore Replied on September 11, Sounx Replied on November 16, Here’s what I finally ended up having to do: