Question about Thermaltake Mid-Tower VL10001W2Z Element G Mid Tower - ATX

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My speaker jack broke off inside my audio input in the back of the computer. I want to use the thermaltake case's front usb and audio out/mic in jacks, but they don't seem to get power or work. My drivers are up to date, I'm not sure where the corresponding motherboard connections are, but would appreciate any help

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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

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