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How to connect the headphone in front

Please guide me that how to connect the front speaker and head phone socket with motherboard . i have problem as now i connect my head at the back side of the cpu but as soon as i call any body to another pc every time i have to do a setting in accessories of entertainment then i have to go to properties and then i have to select back pin. because as soon as i click to call the setting change to front speaker and mike. so please help me

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Re: how to connect the headphone in front

The best solution would be to search out the manual for your motherboard, on the internet ,read it and follow the instructions it gives

good luck

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Re: how to connect the headphone in front

Plz use audio cable extenction
that comes in 2$ at any pc hardware shop

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Sir, I am 58 yrs old having an interest in computers.I have Two Problems.I hope you will extent your help with your knowledge and expertize in solving the problems. 1. The front audio panel when fitted...

As per your information, there might be some problem with front panel microphone.
1(a). please check the internal cable for audio from motherboard to front panel. if possible change the internal cable.
1(b). If not avoid using the front panel and use the extention cables for extending from back points of speaker connection and microphone connection. just like usb extention cable you will find the audio/mike cable extentions can be found in local electronics shop. so that when ever you want you can connect speakers or headphone and also microphone.

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I have recently had my laptop completly serviced and now i have no sound what so ever and no option of being able to change this please help?

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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.
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If you have a front panel, the sockets are usually marked. The Mic socket should have a symbol representing an old fashioned desktop microphone. Perhaps the easiest to recognise is the headphone socket.

Line out will, usually, work fine from the headphone socket but, depending on what you want it for, may need some amplification. Similarly, line in will usually be happy in the Mic socket.

If there are no markings, trial and error will not do any damage. Start with the line out which will not be powered and play some Windows(R) sounds.


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