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Re: no sound on Lenovo Ideapad 110




On 2017-09-28, Pierre Frenkiel <pierre.frenkiel@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Sep 2017, Curt wrote:
>
>> On 2017-09-28, Pierre Frenkiel <pierre.frenkiel@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>
>>>     So, the problem is not with the plug, as generally it must unplugged
>>>     to get the sound through the speaker.
>>>
>>
>> I suppose it is possible that the sensing circuitry or switch (?) in the
>> headphone jack is faulty or failing so that when you pull the headphone plug
>> out of the jack socket the audio signal isn't being switched to the speakers,
>> the plug's absence failing to be detected (or its presence continuing to
>> be).
>
>     I said, in a previous post, that on Windows, the sound works for the
>     speaker and the headphone...

I missed that detail. Dual boot, is that it? Turn the volume way up in
Windows and use the function keys to make sure the speakers are turned
on and functioning before booting into Debian. Turn off hybrid shutdown,
or fast startup, or whatever it's called, as I've heard that can leave
hardware components in a hideous state. I'm not sure what you've tried
so far and I'm not going back to reread the entire thread so good luck.

> best regards,


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