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Sound output problem

My PC's front Sound out put not working where backside output is working

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  • dulanlakra Nov 17, 2008

    This is my desktop problem


  • dulanlakra Nov 17, 2008

    My Pc's mother board is ASUS and Runnig in Realteck HD Audio Driver, So please advice me where I can find Audio Chipset Driver and BIOS update immediately please


  • dulanlakra Nov 17, 2008

    Many Many Thank for your suggestion, Now I can hear sound from front output of my system through setting of BIOS and I admitted that YOU ARE GENIUS. 

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You will need to pull the bottom case bezel apart and check the connection to the speaker panel... it plugs into the motherboard with a 2 wire plug (black and red wires typically)
There's a chance that if the laptop was ever previously disassembled, it might have pinched the speaker wires upon reassembly of the laptop..

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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    Garry Romaneo Nov 17, 2008

    WHoops, I was thinking of the Speakers themselves... not the Port...



    Your front audio Port is Connected to the motherboard... So Either The Ports connection shorted out, or you need to update the audio and chipset drivers, Try as well - a BIOS update

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