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No Sound Yesterday i installed an on board 56k modem. In the process, i removed all the front speaker wires. Stupidly i did not note what position they were in before i removed them, and now i have no idea where to replace them Some are tagged as follows. a double.. Ear R & L connected to this is also 2 singles, one red, the other white. i then have another double, labelled MIC, and it has a single labled 2.Gnd. Having these unplugged has stooped my onboard sound from working . Please Help. Regards. Pete.

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  • lexdyslic22 Sep 10, 2008

    Thanks so much to you both.



    I ended up searching Intel for my motherboard manual, and found it, and therefore was able to sort it out.



    Seems without jumpers, the audio connectors had to be in place, for my onboard sound to work. (it runs through the IRQ).



    Many thanks.



    This site is awesome. 1st time here and i'm highly impressed.



    Thanks again.

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Do you have a digicam? It would have been great if you could upload the picture of your Back-panel IO connectors. Till then you can try the green hole to connect speakers. the basic colour code for audio is...
Pink/Red: Microphone
Blue/Sky: Line-In
Green/Lime: Speakers/Headphones
Try and tell me.

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