I have a problem that I have been unable to fix, my desktop I built in late 2007's audio quit working. I was using my computer and it froze and I shut it off, this happens every once in a while but this time I didn't use my desktop again for a couple of days. I boot it up and the Windows boot sound plays, and when I run the 3D Audio Test in "RealTek HD Audio" I hear noise no problem. But in any other program I get no audio, internet browser, VLC Media Player, video games, etc... everything.
I've updated my mobo's drivers and that didn't fix it. Any help would be greatly appreciated, btw I don't actually use speakers, I use headphones that I just plug into the back of my PC.
Thanks alot for the reply Tigsounds, unfortunatley I have them both seat to headphones and it is still not working
Any more ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Have the RealTek program running, unplug your headphones. RealTek gripes about it and wants to confirm what you just did. Acknowledge RealTek and then plug headphones in again. RealTek again gripes, acknowledge again. Now RealTek knows your headphones are plugged into theGreenjack and maybe it will send audio to them?
One last thing... Double-click the Windows Volume Control Icon in the tray and make sure "Mute All" isn't checked...