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try to check the connection on the board wether its proper if no then check the manual of the board it will help u also check the setup in the bios also there r setting in some program of the sound software check this should solve the problem
Your Intel DG33FB board by default was already setup for use. Your board has been configured for independent multi-streaming 5.1 audio (using the back panel audio connectors).
Your board should have come with a shielded front panel audio cable to connect front panel audio as shown on page 45, item B. The pin out for the front panel audio header is shown on page 46, table 5.
If you did not receive this cable you may need to contact Intel.
Check the Intel link included, which shows the cable needed for either AC'97 or HD cabling; Audio standards: AC'97 and HD audio
Most motherboards will not play audio through the rear jacks when the board is connected to the front audio pins. Intel like other manufactures do not mention this in their manuals.
The USB ports on the front panel allow convenience for devices which you might connect and disconnect from time to time (like portable media card readers for example, or USB-camera cables) so you don't have to reach to the back of your case. If you are going to use the front panel USB ports, make sure they are connected to the motherboard inside if you are not using a store-bought computer.
Did you assemble the board yourself into the case? check to make sure your front panel USB connections are installed onto your motherboard in the correct order. Refer to your Motherboard Manual.If they are not, they can fry your usb devices rendering them inoperable on your pc or others. I have seen this before because of improper installation of front pannel USB connections. Good Luck