[access-uk] Re: Headphones volume on a laptop

  • From: Gordon Keen <gordonkeen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, "ANDY COLLINS" <Andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2011 16:14:25 +0000

It's always best to eliminate the easiest one first. :-)

So I'm guessing you don't have a mac?
That being the case someone more versed than I in windows needs to address the 
issue but I'm willing to bet a pinch of poo against a pound stirling you'll 
need to say which version of windows you are running on what machine, running 
which screenreader.

There may be a mute button that has been inadvertenly checked involved though.

Best of British 


From glorious Devon, England. and with 
On 11 Feb 2011, at 15:35, ANDY COLLINS wrote:

> Yes, nothing wrong with them, it's eitehr the socket, or if there is one, a 
> separate volume control to the speakers. I think it has to be the former, but 
> hoped for clarification, can't see anything for headphones on the playback 
> tab under volume, though there's lots there for speakers, I don't know what 
> they're are all about, I just keep the top one selected -
> Andy
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Gordon Keen
> To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Friday, February 11, 2011 3:17 PM
> Subject: [access-uk] Re: Headphones volume on a laptop
> Do the headphones work in other devices?
> Cheers
> G
> From glorious Devon, England.
> On 11 Feb 2011, at 12:44, ANDY COLLINS wrote:
>> Hi all - I believe my headphone socket is damaged on this laptop, I plug in, 
>> and the speakers cut out,, but no sound come through the headphones. Does 
>> this mean there is a connection problem, or is there a separate volume 
>> setting for headphones in addition to the one for speakers, I can't seem to 
>> see one on the playback tab under volume.
>> Thanks for any help -
>> Andy

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