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    Lenovo Thinkcentre m72z Sound Issue

    Morning all
    Just a general question really, We've just purchased a couple of lenovo thinkcentre m72z, I wasn't about when they was installed but with them being in a library the staff disabled the sound completely and since then staff have asked for sound to be used with headphones on the machines. The problem is I can't see a way of disabled the speakers and just having sound through the headphones. I can enable the sound driver but this lets sound come through the speakers when headphones are unplugged which staff then moan about, so trying to find a speaker disabled and earphones working situation. Anyone have any of these and in a similar situation as me?
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    Just leave the headphones in ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by difinity View Post
    Just leave the headphones in ?
    Headphones aren't left in the machines, it is just when someone bring the headphones to the machine otherwise otherwise the default is to just play through the speakers.

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    All of our computers here have headphones connected. Other than that you could disconnect the speaker connector internally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by difinity View Post
    All of our computers here have headphones connected. Other than that you could disconnect the speaker connector internally.
    I was looking at this as an option , hoping there would be an alternative

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