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In order to rule out a hardware issue I would boot into a live Linux session from a USB drive with Linux and trydrive. Try using both your headphonesthe speakers and internal speakers on that instead of Windowsheadphone jack in this environment as a way to rule out software. If this works then the driver has an issue and you need to reinstall it or wipe the system again. Any distro should work since you just need to do an audio test.
In order to rule out a hardware issue I would boot into a live Linux session from a USB drive with Linux and trydrive. Try using both your headphonesthe speakers and internal speakers on that instead of Windowsheadphone jack in this environment as a way to rule out software. If this works then the driver has an issue and you need to reinstall it or wipe the system again. Any distro should work since you just need to do an audio test.
 
If you have the same issue, the issue is hardware. Find out where the DAC and supporting components are and look for anything obvious. If you see any damaged components replace these first. If you have replaced everything obvious with no luck, get a schematic for your motherboard and go from there. If everything passive looks good, it's easily isolatedgoing to your DACbe caused by the sound chip or sound chipDAC.
If you have the same issue, the issue is hardware. Find out where the DAC and supporting components are and look for anything obvious. If you see any damaged components replace these first. If you have replaced everything obvious with no luck, get a schematic for your motherboard and go from there. If everything passive looks good, it's easily isolatedgoing to your DACbe caused by the sound chip or sound chipDAC.

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In order to rule out a hardware issue I would boot into a USB drive with Linux and try using both your headphones and internal speakers on that instead of Windows. If this works then the driver has an issue and you need to reinstall it or wipe the system again. Any distro should work since you just need to do an audio test.
In order to rule out a hardware issue I would boot into a USB drive with Linux and try using both your headphones and internal speakers on that instead of Windows. If this works then the driver has an issue and you need to reinstall it or wipe the system again. Any distro should work since you just need to do an audio test.
 
If you have the same issue, the issue is hardware. Find out where the DAC and supporting components are and look for anything obvious. If you see any damaged components replace these first. If you have replaced everything obvious with no luck, get a schematic for your motherboard and go from there. If everything passive looks good, it's easily isolated to your DAC or sound chip.

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In order to rule out a hardware issue I would boot into a USB drive with Linux and try using both your headphones and internal speakers on that instead of Windows. If this works then the driver has an issue and you need to reinstall it or wipe the system again.

If you have the same issue, the issue is hardware. Find out where the DAC and supporting components are and look for anything obvious. If you see any damaged components replace these first. If you have replaced everything obvious with no luck, get a schematic for your motherboard and go from there. If everything passive looks good, it's easily isolated to your DAC or sound chip.

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