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My windows shows me 2 playback devices: internal speakers and headset.

When I change headset connectivity, I hear no sound at all.I have to exit from my media player and restart it.

I want continue to hear my sound whenever I plug in or plug out my headphones. What should I do with?

It is common problem, but I have not found any solution.

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If you solved the problem, post the solution as an answer. – Wuffers May 13 '11 at 20:36
    
What's your sound hardware? If your uncertain, what type of computer are you using? There are some tricks to do this but many of them are hardware specific. – Blomkvist May 13 '11 at 21:48
    
Mark Szymanzski, I can't put answers for my own questions, only comments – Eir Nym May 22 '11 at 7:38
    
Blomkvist, I use Realtek hardware. and I've solved this with installing Realtek drivers. – Eir Nym May 22 '11 at 7:39
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I use Realtek hardware. and I've solved this with installing Realtek drivers

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