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ASUS P4S800D sound card problem

Only one speaker is playing sound. I've tried different speakers and it's always only left one playing. Balance is set to center. If i set balance to right, it doesn't play anything.

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Check to see if your audio header is hooked up correctly on your motherboard if your using the front panel audio, if your not using the front panel audio then make sure the audio header has the two jumpers on them!! Check your mother board manual for proper procedure to hook up! If that still doesn't help then it could be a faulty sound device! You can fix this buy purchasing a new sound card! hope this helps! regards, babb

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