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No sound coming out of my headset

How do i get the on board sound working on my athlon xp 3000+ motherboard

what positions do the jumpers for the audio have to be in?

how do i auto configure my sound?

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You need to refer to the manual for the jumper settings - could the audio jack be faulty?
is the onboard sound enabled in bios?
just a few things to check
cheers
Andy

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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