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Dell dx58m01 No signal available on rear, green audio jack. audio is available on front jack. cable from rear jack to amp. is Ok: tested with alternate audio source. Does this imply a failure in the dx58m01 mother board, and, if so, must it be replaced?

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The headphone jack is useful if you are using a video source like a Blu-ray player with an HDMI cable. Then you can listen to the audio.

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