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Audio outputs doesn't working

I have ASUS A8N-E motherboard, it has Realtec sound card onboard. Yesterday i tried to listen my music from computer but i couldn't b'couse all sound dissappeared. While i was trying to solve the problem I received next messages from Realtec Sound Manager: Sense front connector failed, sense MiCin connector failed and etc for all types of existing sound connectors. Can anybody says me what happend with my sound and what can i do to solve my problem?

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  • andrey trok Jan 05, 2007

    well, thanx for advice, but dxdiag said me nothing and directdx environment is ok. When dxdiag tried to test sound outputs it informed me about succesfull playback of sounds but i still didn't hear anything. So, it seems you are right and only way to purchase cheap soundcard ...

  • veenudhar6 Feb 15, 2008

    well, thanx for advice, but dxdiag said me nothing and directdx environment is ok. When dxdiag tried to test sound outputs it informed me about succesfull playback of sounds but i still didn't hear anything. So, it seems you are right and only way to purchase cheap soundcard ...

  • Anonymous Apr 23, 2008

    Strange, but i have the same problem. Yesterday i was able to listen music or watch videos; but now my microphone and speakers aren't working. I don't think that problem is connected with them; like you said before, it must be coming from my soundcard; but anyway, do you have any other solutions?

  • Anonymous Sep 23, 2008

    i have the same problem with asus 939 deluxe no sound

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It sounds like a motherboard sound chip failure, although run a diagnostics on the sound, click Start>run, then type 'dxdiag', hit 'Enter' and run sound driver test. If it has failed, you can purchase a cheap PCI slot souncard and dissable your onboard sound, or a complete new motherboard.

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