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1. check if your front panel is connected to your motherboard at proper port2. check "expert mode" on your via hd audio deck, click "advanced options" and check "redirected headphone" (THIS WILL UNCHECK "INDEPENDENT HEADPHONE") and uncheck "enable front panel jack detection" this should solve your problem.
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
MY ASUS M2MN SE MOTHER BOARD FRONT PANEL AUDIO & MICROPHONE IS NOT WORKING, I WILL REPLACE A NEW FRONT PANEL BOARD, BUT STILL NOW SUFFERING SAME PROBLEM, PLEASE GIVE ME A SOLUTION ON MY E-MAIL, THANK YOU.
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Hi the solution for the rear audio do not work is cold solder connection to the mother board or the banana plug female connector. You have to remove the mother board because you don have no access to re solder the the frame cover that area. If the female banana pug connector is the problem the parts is available at radio shack. Before you do all of what I mentioned first you have to confirm by going to control panel click sounds and audio devices and watch the screen and speaker will gray out if the speaker is un plug or not detected. If your PC use Realtek audio device on the control panel click the sound effect manager and click the speaker test tab and perform speaker test. Then if the test fail perform mother board repair. Hope this info might help you solve your PC rear sound problem.
most of the old motherboards dont support the audio and mic port to work both in back side(back panel header) and front side (front panel header)simultaneously...
most of the old motherboards dont support multi streaming so you cant make both the back panel header and front panel header to work at a time ie i mean you cant connect both panel header at a time ...
you can just refer to your motherboard manual for the detailed information about it ..
in your motherboard if there is any option to connect the front panel header to the motherboard other than the back panel header you can connect it to that the detailed pin information will be given in the motherboard manual ..
if you dont have the option in the motherboard to connect the front panel header seperately then you must remove the pins connected from the back panel header and you must insert the front panel header pins . this will disable your back panel audio ,mic,linein functionalities but you will be able to connect in front panel header , this front panel header will work ..
if the motherboard is not compatible then the system assembler will leave the front panel wires not connecting to motherboard ..
like this only one panel can work at a time , but in the latest motherboards the multi streaming technology has been introduced so both the panels can work at a time and can play different audio on 2 different panels ...
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for one, muicrophone should be plugged into the audio in jack, usually its Pink or has an arrow pointing towards the center of little waves meaning audio in.
If the board is damaged and it just doeant work, go get a Sound card from wallmart, they are pretty cheap, get the Creative 24 bit sound card, i have one and it works great for everyday stuff like this. install it, run the install disk, and make sure you swithc your sound settings from the onboard to the new Audio card. It under START>SETTINGS>CONTROL PANEL>SOUND AND AUDIO DEVICES ( double click). Under the Audio Tab it will have a drop down box to select the audio card or the regular system board audio.