Headphones and speakers on the Laptop works at the same time?


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Guest

For some reason when i plug the headphone into the side of my laptop it
register my headphone and my speaker in the same plug? like they are the same
unit! My sound card is SoundBlaster X-fi Xtreme Audio Notebook please help!
 
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Cal Bear '66

Control Panel (Classic view) > Audio Console (approve UAC) > Headphone Detection
tab > check "Automatically mute speakers" checkbox.


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B

Ballistic

if i had this problem, how would i get there i tried what you said and
couldn't find it, is there any where else?

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Cal Bear '66

Do you have a Creative X-Fi audio adapter?

If not then Audio Console won't be there.

Realtek has the option under Control Panel (Classic view) > Realtek HD Audio
Manager > "Device advanced settlings" in the upper right corner of the window.


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