I have a problem with my speaker. I want to connect through the front panel. But it is not connected with the motherboard. Don't know where to connect those pin. My motherboard is Asus K8V MX UAYKZ. If any one knows this, please let me know....
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Re: how to connect the front panel sould device?
Do you mean speaker or front panel audio? The front panel audio connector is located at the rear of the board, behind the PCI connectors - the speaker connections are in the panel connector block (2x10 pin header) located at the front left of the board.
With the board in it's normal position, the speaker pins are on the right hand side of that block, on the pin nearest the front and the one 3 positions behind that
<back of board>
| HD LED + | | Power LED +
| HD LED - | |
| | | Power LED -
| | |
| | |
| Power SW | |
| Power SW | | Speaker
| | |
| Reset SW | |
| Reset SW | | Speaker
Front of board
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hello jenz8860, try open device manager (run type devmgmt.msc), if u find question mark on your audio device then u need to install audio driver.
to install audio driver use motherboard driver, insert to CDROM, right click the audio device on device manager then update driver. choose recommended option then click next and follow the instruction. your audio device will automatically installed. if it success installed then u need to restart your PC.
if there is no problem in device manager, high possibility it's on hardware problem, try to see cable connection between speaker and PC (use back panel connection, don't use front panel audio, this to make sure the connection is good), if it's ok then mostly problem came from your speaker. try to use another speaker.
hope this useful, regards.
Merry Christmas! Probably, you have problem with your sound driver. Try to reinstall the driver and see if it works. Check if the speakers or headphones are connected to Light Green colored socket. It is possible that after servicing, the engineer may have forgotten to connect the front panel connector, if you are trying to connect your headphones to the front panel connector. Try connecting your headphones to the rear panel connector. It is also possible that the output device, like speaker or headphone is not plugged in properly or not working. Connect something else like other headphone. Else give more details about you PC Model no. or Mother Board type.
possible conditions of malfunctioning audio on PC desktop
1. The computer speakers are malfunct
a. The computer speakers have a blowout
b. The computer speaker are misconnections to the computer
1. The computer has missing audio programs
a. A restoration of the computer program systems requires peripheral system function adjustments or updates
Repairing computer hardware malfunctions
1. check for misconnections between computer to speakers. The speaker connectors should be inserted in the audio output posts on the computer.
2. A restored computer to new version of operating system would have obmitted the patch codes to a speaker that was disconnected during the process.
Repairing computer software malfunctions
1. Open up a multimedia player on the programs menu, examples windows media player, real one player, jukebox players, apple players.
a. Select a soud file from the player list category to be played.
b. A functional media player would display a sound file represented with a status bar about the sequence of motion generate.
c. The sound at which point requires out devices like speakers attachments to the computer ports to be heard.
4. A connected computer speakers should display sounds of the clips being played on two conditions
a. First, the sould loudness has not been muted to a shut down
b. Second, the sould loudeness has not been reduced least being heard
1. hardwares required to generate sound from a computer, an intergrated speaker on the monitor or an external speaker device connected to the system tower unit,
2. Software programs on the system unit are available, examples real media players
3.A system restore to computer defaults alters the conditions of connectable devices like speakers requiring adjustments. Note, a missing program contributing towards achieving sound soon after a media player has been launched, a sound file selected, would display a message prompt requiring UPDATES, UPGRADES or MISSING DRIVER CODES
Onboard audio is disabled in the BIOS The BIOS Setup
program is accessed by pressing the <F2> key after the Power-On
Self-Test (POST) memory test begins and before the operating system
boot begins. Go to the Advanced > Peripheral Configuration menu to
make sure onboard audio is enabled. Audio settings in the sound mixer are incorrect Check your audio mixer software to ensure audio is not muted or the volume level is not turned too low. The speakers or headphones may be connected to the wrong jacks Make sure you connect all speakers to the correct jacks. If you connect them to line-in or microphone jacks, they won't work. Audio drivers are not properly installed Check Device
Manager under the Sound, video and game controllers section for any
errors associated with the audio driver. Reinstall the audio driver if
necessary. Audio to back panel is muted if front panel is connected Check
your audio mixer software for a setting that mutes back panel audio if
you have plugged headphones into a front panel audio solution. Uncheck
this setting to allow audio to both the back and front. Sound Playback is set to wrong device In Control Panel
> Sounds and Audio Devices, go to the Audio tab. Check the default
device for sound playback; there may be multiple selections. Select the
desired device, either rear panel or front panel.
u need to be more specific, if you computer is not coming on then your speakers will in any case not give out sound....but if the PC is working and your speakers are not connected properly to the correct speaker out put jack behind the PC then also the sould will not be heard.
Change to a different output slot, check if the speaker has power, the volume is up, the volume ctrol on the task bar od Windows is not in mute,
Go to Control Panel and check for Sound and Audio Devices and check if the options are not greyed out. You should be able make changes in the Volume/Sound/Audio Tabs, else you audio card is not being detected by OS.
Further solution from me will depend on your reply.
Go to Control Panel >> Sounds and Audio Devices. Click on Advanced button under Speaker Settings and for Speaker Setup select 5.1 surround sound speakers from the options. Click Apply >> Ok and then check.