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[ ABANDONED ] vaio VGN-fs980 with ALc260 Continuous switching between speakers and headphones

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I installed LL3.0 32 on this laptop and I cant seem to figure out how to keep the sound from switching between headphones and speakers
making an annoying crackling noise
it has to be a setting or something that is wrong does not do it on mint LMDE
Does it on mint LMDE2.
 I have looked for the problem on the Internet and there are some Ubuntu posts but they dont seem to apply to LL3.0 I assume due to the difference in packages. I am a LL user now and don't want to use any other distro as i am now comfortable with it. suggestions on how to fix it.

I found these old post from 2011 about the problem so it is a known issue that must have been fixed in earlier distros just cant figure out how to do it in LL3.023bit

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https://www.linuxliteos.com/forums/sound/older-vaio-laptop-running-ll3-0-no-sound/msg25671/#msg25671
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http://askubuntu.com/questions/439111/crackling-and-sound-interruptions-speaker-headphone-switching
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https://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/pulseaudio-discuss/2011-December/012342.html
Continuous switching between speakers and headphones in sound settings
Last Edit: October 23, 2016, 05:12:58 PM by Jerry
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well i am just going to have to set the wayback machine to 1.0.8 sherman that seems to be the distro that works on this laptop
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Open your volume control and set your speaker if internal to analog stereo (not duplex). Set your headphones to analog stereo duplex. All headphone and speaker jacks out are duplex, but single internal speakers are not. You may have to reset your headphones each time you use them. As far as I know this card is supported. I have one on an old HP and it works fine, but other than that it's all intel. Sony may be different.

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