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gigagyte realtek audio problem XP SP3. no sound to my headphone

hugh hugh is offline
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      5th December 2013
Hi, I have a gigagyte motherboard with realtek audio and am running XP SP3.
I have no sound to my headphones
It is like this from all sources (CD, Games, Youtube, etc)
The Realtek sound manager window says there are no headphones plugged in but i have tried two sets that work on other sources. and they both work on other operating systems on this computer.
All drivers are up to date (?i think?).
Driving me crazy as my son wants sound when playing games but i'm sick of hearing it ;-)

on the gigabyte control panel it does not recognise anything is plugged in to the headphone socket (but socket definitely works on other OS)

any help is appreciated, thanks
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Elizabeth23 Elizabeth23 is offline
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      5th December 2013

follow the instructions at the site above to insure that xp has the correct settings for audio output.

more steps to follow here

except do not go to windows updates for drivers always go to the manufacturer's website to look for drivers

hope this helps

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