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3.5 mm speakers not working

Defunct Lizard
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my speakers are not working. When I plug it in it says "audio device plugged in", but no audio is played.

In the "volume mixer," it defaults to my Dell monitor speakers, which I had no idea I had, and don't even have speakers.

When I select "Realtek digital output" it shows no applications next to it. My speakers are on I'm not stupid... I think?

Please don't argue with me, I am just trying to help, or be helped. (we are all humans right?)

 

 

 

 

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for one 3.5 jack wont be digital output..thats optical and or the rca out. if its defaulting to dell im going to guess your monitor is a dell and it connected by hdmi and thinks it has speakers
it would be speakers i believe you would click. also make sure you plug it in in the right jack. i believe its the green one

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Just now, circeseye said:

for one 3.5 jack wont be digital output..thats optical and or the rca out.
it would be speakers i believe you would click. also make sure you plug it in in the right jack. i believe its the green one

Yes, the speakers are plugged into the right one. *facepalm* you think I'm stupid.

Please don't argue with me, I am just trying to help, or be helped. (we are all humans right?)

 

 

 

 

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go to sound in control panel and try setting different outputs to your default while playing some music

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