Windows 10: Auto recognition of headphone in Windows 10

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       08 Aug 2015 #1

    Auto recognition of headphone in Windows 10

    I can make default either speaker or headphone for listening sound. In windows 8.1, I used to get a message whenever I insert headphone, Whether headphone or mic as my socket is integrated for mic or headphone. If I select headphone, I can listen to sound. How to get it back. My machine is ASUS S400CA with VIA drivers.
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  2.    08 Aug 2015 #2

    You install the drivers for your sound card whatever it may be. The functionality you speak of was a function of those drivers not of Windows.
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