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Old 02-01-2013, 05:35 PM   #1
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R500VJ (K55VJ) - No sound through jack

Hello all!

I've tried many solutions I've found on google, but any of them did not work. So, could you please help me with my problem: I hear no sound when connecting external speakers (or headphones) to jack output. When I have nothing connected, sound is playing as normal from internal speakers. I've tried to change options in kernel module (setting model, enabling msi, etc.), tried to compile newest ALSA, to compile newest kernel, but without success. I appreciate any help or hints. And here's my alsa-info output:


alsa, jack, no sound

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