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TomerB
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Registered: ‎10-13-2018
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Can't detect built in speakers

Hello, Ive seen similar problems in other threads, but none had the exact same symptomes. (and none fixed my problem.

Problem: Laptop can't detect it's built in speakers. When I plug wired earphones it also doe's not working. when I use bluetooth Earphones it DOES work. I have checked for the drivers, and I can't find the Realtk driver. I downloaded it and installed it several times, and it still won't do. 

Things I tried already:
* Download updated driver.

* Check audio settings (Can't detect speakers)
* Restart 10-Thousend times.

Note:
I guess its a software problem, I can add that I think it's started after I plugged a guitar effect as a Audio card (Though I did it many times and nothing happend).

Its really frustrating and I wish it will be solved soon, Thank you guys!

Rajeev_Jha
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Re: Can't detect built in speakers

Hi

Step1-Uninstall sound driver.

Step2-Restart system

Step3- Download Driver from support.lenovo.com with your system serial numbar.

Step4- Install Downloaded sound driver.

Step5- Restart system

Hope issue will fix after performing above step.

 

TomerB
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Re: Can't detect built in speakers

Well, I tried it already (And now again). The driver won't show at the device manager.

Also, when I install the new driver, it cant detect the built in speakers.
TomerB
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Re: Can't detect built in speakers

Solution!
This comment from another thread helped me:

Bought my 730 also a week ago. After some unsuccessful googling, I tried the following, which worked:

 

Open the run command (windows + R), type in "devmgmt.msc", which stands for device manager.

Under system devices, go to "Intel Smart Sound Technology", go to "Driver", and click on "Previous Driver" (maybe it has another name, but the same meaning). Worked like a charm for me, without reboot or anything else. Hope that helped.

 

Cheers

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