Martinez2k

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  1. I have the same issue with my laptop, running Windows 10 (X64) and the only way that I can get the headphone jack to work, is to plug in my headphones, and then go into the speaker icon in system tray, right click, and choose 'playback devices'. You see the pop windows and in there you will see your headphones listed, along (in my case) the built in laptop speakers and any other play back devices you may have installed, highlight all the other devices, one by one, right click and disable the, leaving only the headphones. This forces the playback onto the headphones, the rest of the playback devices will return once you reboot your PC, that's the only caveat to this fix. try this and let us know if this works for you? Good Luck.