01-21-2014 02:20 PM
01-28-2014 01:25 PM
I just realized my sound was not working on my device. I don't know how long it has been but I do know it was working before a recent windows update I received. I tried the headphone jack solution and that did not work. The mute button cylcing did not work. I didn't uninstall the driver but I did roll it back then update it again and restart my computer and that worked for me. I just didn't want to have to take it to the store. I have maybe had it for 2 weeks now. Other than that issue I'm loving this thing.
02-19-2014 04:42 AM
Found another solution.
After trying to plugged-unplugged the jack and uninstalling the realtek driver (which both didn't work for me), I tried to see the audio management (on windows 8 you can do this by pressing the windows+q buttons at the same time and typed 'Audio' and click 'Manage Audio Devices').
Then, new window entitled with 'Sound' appeared. At the Playback section, LONTIUM display audio was chosen. I changed the default with SPEAKERS. You can do this by clicking the Speakers option and click set default at the bottom. Just by that, my problem's solved.
Hope it helps. Cheers
04-18-2014 07:42 AM
I've had the same problem but I think I might have the solution straight out of the box.
My headphone socket wouldn't work - the sound would still come out of the main speakers when I plugged a headset into my YP2. I tried rapidly inserting the jack into the socket 30 times but no joy.
So I opened Realtek HD Audio Manager (click on the up arrow in the Taskbar to show hidden icons and double click on the red speaker icon). I noticed that the 'Set Default Device' button was not greyed out on the Speakers tab. So I clicked it to make my Lenovo speakers the default. And voila, my headset started working. I've tried it several times and inserting and removing my 3.5mm jack now behaves as expected.
Worth a try if the 30 times reinsertion isn't working.
04-21-2014 07:05 PM
Hi guys, i fixed this issue following these steps:
1. Using an administrator Account, right click on windows start logo, select device manager > Audio > Remove the HD Audio entry
2. right click in device manager tree > Scan for hardware changes
3. Enjoy the sound once again, it´s not necessary to restart the system...
05-12-2014 10:43 PM
Since I bought this thing, Y2P, it has been a pain in the ar*e!! First the blue tooth keeps disconnecting, fixed with the help of the good people here.
Then my wireless starts disconnecting and disappearing, called Lenovo and seems to be fixed installing a drive and removing a conflicting one.
And now! I’ve got this audio problem!!!!!!! What is going on LeNOvo?????????????? Honestly? I’ve had laptops for 300USD that work better than this thing (and is still working!)….
So what’s going to go wrong with this high end laptop next LeNOvo?
Thanks for the tips here everyone, I'll give it a go and sorry, I had to vent out.
I’ll be a LeNOvo MORE for my next purchase…
05-14-2014 11:38 AM
Hardware or software? Crazy mystery.
I have the same problem everyone here has had. Sometimes the mute/unmute button trick fixes the problem. Sometimes quickly jamming the audio plug in-and-out fixes the problem. Sometimes restarting fixes the problem. Sometimes these fixes work for a long time, and sometimes the fix works only for a second. It is completely unpredictable.
One more weirdness to add: on occasion, Realtek "senses" that an audiojack has been plugged in (indicated by the pop-up) upon changing the angle of the screen (nothing else!!!), or going from laptop mode to tablet mode (again, just moving the screen).
This audio glitch combined with the screen flickering glitch makes me conclude that Lenovo's hardware has to be at fault, and that it is maybe even causing the software to malfunction. From what I hear, Lenovo blames these problems on software and refuses to do anything about them. Thank you, Lenovo, for selling a malfunctioning product.
05-17-2014 02:43 PM
Sonitude! I think this solution worked for me! Thank you for posting!
As background for other readers, I too have installed the RealTek drivers several times to no avail. I didn't bother with the plug-unplug trick. This did it!
05-24-2014 10:15 PM
if anyone of you is having the problem of no sound when you plugin the headphone jack you should just mute and unmute your sound using the button next to the ESC key and you will be good to go.