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Audio connection hi! when i connect my headset to the lime slot (that is for line out) does not produce sounds but when i connect it to the pink it has.in this case how can i use my microphone if the pink slot is for the line out?

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The setup for those are ; line in , line out & mic , with the motherboard utility's disk you should have a audio software configuration utility that allows you to change the configuration , like 5.1 output

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Installed my 661fx7mf motherboard into the jukebox-everything works fine except no sound out of the microphones. The plug is in the correct slot (pink) and the audio jumpers are on 5 & 6 and 9&10....


This is an old board. Have you tried your mic on another system to determine if it's not the problem? If so it could be the 1 x line-in / line-out / mic port is bad. Try switching your mic to a usb port.

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In many cards, the microphone connector will be pink, the speakers or line out or headphone will be lime green, and the stereo line in will be light blue. Additional jacks may be present on newer soundcards for rear and mid surround speakers.

This is a widely accepted color standard for computer sound card input and output jacks, but connector colors may vary between different brands. If you think you have a nonstandard card, consult your soundcard's manual or the manufacturer's web site before making any connections.

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Hello, I wanted to get a headset to use for online gaming and possibly using programs such as Skype. So I ordered a Logitech ClearChat Premium PC headset from Best Buy. The headset arrived and I proceeded...


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hi gangster. you don't headset pin in your mothreboard , just get audio card in hardware shop and fit it to your motherboard and instal it , you have headset pin in audio card.( Audio card cost starting form 6$ )

Now usb audio drive also available in market just buy and plug it in USB port and plug your headset in that port.( Usb Audio card start from 3$)

Good luck ! if you think your problem solved don't forget to rate

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I can't have a sound and audion output.What i need


Good day sir/ma'am, hi, If your motherboard does not produce sound, it could be any of the following:
  1. Your device driver for the sound is not yet installed. locate the CD that come with your motherboard. your sound card model is realtek alc 655 as shown in this website : http://www.biostar-usa.com/app/en-us/mb/content.php?S_ID=209 if you cannot find the driver download it from this site: http://www.biostar-usa.com/app/en-us/mb/driver.php?S_ID=209
  2. Your volume is either in mute or i a low volume setting. Check the taskbar at the lower right side of the desktop if you see a speaker icon, right click it and set the volume level to high.
  3. Your speakers is not connected to the audio port. Check the baby plug stereo speaker connector to the green audio port at the back panel of the PC, (usually pink, blue and green are side by side)
  4. Your speakers are not working properly. If you have portable mp3 players, plug in your speakers to it for testing.
  5. Worst come to worst if your green audio port is the defective one. you can use the blue one provided you enable 4 channel, so sound is sent to the blue port.
  6. your built in sound card is bad, you can get a replacement soundcard of any brand, provided its PCI slot. or get those small USB type sound card.
If I miss anything feel free to ask, hope these will solve your sound problems.

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Good day sir/ma'am, hi, If your motherboard does not produce sound, it could be any of the following:
  1. Your device driver for the sound is not yet installed. locate the CD that come with your motherboard. your sound card model is realtek alc 650 as shown in this website: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00006230 if you cannot find the driver download it from this site: http://driverscollection.com/?file_cid=4053691085452095b98d66543d7.
  2. Your volume is either in mute or i a low volume setting. Check the taskbar at the lower right side of the desktop if you see a speaker icon, right click it and set the volume level to high.
  3. Your speakers is not connected to the audio port. Check the baby plug stereo speaker connector to the green audio port at the back panel of the PC, (usually pink, blue and green are side by side)
  4. Your speakers are not working properly. If you have portable mp3 players, plug in your speakers to it for testing.
  5. Worst come to worst if your green audio port is the defective one. you can use the blue one provided you enable 4 channel, so sound is sent to the blue port.
  6. your built in sound card is bad, you can get a replacement soundcard of any brand, provided its PCI slot. or get those small USB type sound card.
If I miss anything feel free to ask, hope these will solve your sound problems.

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maybe vista is not recognizing the device or it is not compatible with that os. Have you tried using windows xp, there a greater chance that it would work

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No Sound


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see the diagram for the connection189f7e1.jpg

Sep 10, 2008 | Intel Motherboards

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good am...

ok try to connect your front panel audio (with jack connection as you said...green & pink i assumed) in the back panel audio (green-sound & pink-mic)...hope this might work?if it doesn't...well i might need more details regarding your mobo & your casing to figure out what's wrong with it...

thanx...

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