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Old 02-04-2007, 07:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a dell 9300 laptop, warrenty is up of course. my headphone jack got ripped off the motherboard, so i have no sound. anyone know how i can bypass the jack or anything else useful?
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uhh...ripped off? and when you mean no sound, do you mean that the speakers on the laptop dont work?

is it possible to replace the jack?

if no, then i guess you could get a usb sound device, and a pair of speakers, or something like this
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yeah from plugging in the jack too much it broke the soldering off the motherboard. i lost the jack so i cant even try and resolder it.
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If it's a fairly new laptop, it should have an PCMCIA port.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16829102184
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i dont want to get an external or a pcmia, i want to be able to use my laptop speakers. im just wondering if anyone has any knowladge of the dell laptop motherboards the headphone jack had like 5 or 6 solder points i just want to try and figure out which ones i have to connect to trick it into thinking the jack is still there and send the signal to my speakers.
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