No audio I had to disconnect the usb, audio and mic board that is located on the lower front part of the tower . The usb plug got messed up and was shorting out, It finally caused the computer to shut down and would not boot back up. So I unplug it from the mother board. Since I did that I have had no sound. I believe that I need to put jumpers on the motherboard to get the sound to work agian, but I do not know where to put them. Can anyone help me with this?
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> Have you removed the broken jack from the rear end of the pc ? > Are you trying to use the audio ports on the front panel ? > if you are trying to use the audio port on the front panel you will first need to remove the piece of the broken jack stuck in the rear port - cos you can take an audio out line either from the front OR the rear any one
Speakers generally have a cord with a usb plug on the end for power and another cord with a male audio jack (it should be green) for receiving the sound from the computer. On your computer tower there should be terminals for both. These are located on the back, front, or both depending on computer model. Connect each wire to its respective terminal. If possible you should connect them from behind because it creates less of a mess around your desktop.
Answer me this. You're case is an Antec tower? The motherboard is the Asus P4P800 SE ? Is this correct?
If you have you're manual you can see what goes where on the board for front panel connector page. 2-31. (This diagram shows you how to connect the front mic & speaker).
To connect the Antec's front USB ports plug the case USB front connectors onto USB56 & USB78 shown on page. 2-30. Most case wires are already set within their USB connectors & the Antec's front USB connector should fit right on the mother board's pin's. If you need you're user manual, download from Asus by clicking on this link. http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P4P800%20SE&SLanguage=en-us
You want to connect the new case's front sound & mic.
Just about every case will come with a pre-assembled connector for front USB's & sound & mic. Your board has a set of ten pins used just for this. They are loacted just under the boards rear external sound / mic silver housing. Noted in your manual on pg. 15. Named AUDIO1.
Notice there is one pin missing. Line your case connector to match.
The manual is uncleare if you are able to use both rear speaker & front speaker at the same time. I would think not. Newer boards with HD do allow this.
It is a bit of a problem when you have single connectors but here goes. You use the Front Audio connectors. The manual says you have :::.:
If you turn the board round until the dots are the same way round as above. Working from left to right.
Bottom row. MicIn, MicBios, SpkoutR, empty,SpkoutL
Top row GND, empty, returnR, blank space, returnL. Now this is the tricky bit. Try the power if it works OK. Because the board and the case manufacturer work to different descriptions, try this as an alternative. You may have to swap over the two connectors for GND and Mic Bios.