Realtek HD Audio Manager in Windows 7 turns front input and output Sockets.

We recently bought a new computer with Windows 7.  The sound Manager, Realtek HD Audio Manager, disables the catch before entry and exit.  It does not actually recognize before struggling when you insert the headphone or microphone (what he does for the rear Sockets).   I tried to reinstall, but the same thing happens. I'm getting desperate.


Open the Realtek HD audio Manager.

In the upper right corner is a small folder icon, wriggling over the ToolTip says "the connector settings." Left click it opens a dialog box.

Issue seems to be in the first line "front jack detection".

For me, this box is unchecked. It controls restored façade function.

Seems intuitive combat, but it worked for me.

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