My computer does not have sound

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My computer does not have sound through the speakers, but then it works fine with plug-in headphones. What's going on?

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jimlynch
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Check your operating system's sound settings. If you are running Windows 8, you might find this article helpful:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/no-sound-help#no-sound=window...

landon
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You didn’t mention your OS, so I will play the odds and assume it is Windows. I would just use the Windows Sound Troubleshooter. Here is a step-by-step guide to using it from HP.

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