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Front ear and Mic plugs not working

Hi, I have a win XP with Asus motherboard, For some reason realtek will not reconize the front inputs. All of the conections have been confirmed. The mic and earphone work in the rear plugs. I have tried most standard fixes, inculding 2 different computer service men. Any ideas?

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I assume they checked to see that the front ports were hooked to the header on the mobo? In some cases you have 2 plugs on the header, one marked AC 97 and the other marked HD Audio. Make sure the correct one is selected in the bios. Also, on some Asus mobo you can disable the front panel audio in the bios. Check that also.

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Hi Mairaj, please click the link posted below. This is Asus download site for your board P5S800-VM. Suggest you bookmark this page in case you need another driver.
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P5S800-VM&SLanguage=en-us

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File size 24.17MB. Save file 32b366.zip in the folder you created.

The file 32b366.zip must be uncompressed before you can install it. If you do not have winzip please download this program for free from the link below. Install winzip into your PC.
http://www.download.com/WinZip/3000-2250_4-10003164.html?tag=pop.software

Once the file 32b366.zip has been uncompressed you can install the software.

If you have more questions feel free to ask.
Good Luck & have a Great Weekend!
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