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Audio device not found

I disconnected the front panel audio jacks and inserted incorrectly. After then its not working. what can i do?

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How do we repair the audio port of pc which has stopped working suddenly?


Check:-
1. The Stereo Mixer volume control is not turned down, under the speaker icon on the desktop, or via the sound icon in the control panel.
2. Under the sound icon the audio jack is not disabled or needs a driver to make it work. Both of these can be solved by running the device manager in Control panel.

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SHG7980 Windows 8 drivers not available


If there is a driver needed ?

Click start control panel administration tools computer management device manager scroll to sound video and game controllers you might see a yellow question / exclamation? ! mark or a red X Right click to reinstall drivers
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The headphone jack on the computer connects to the sound card, a hardware device that controls audio input and output on the PC.
The card contains a digital-to-analog converter that converts analog audio into digital signals and visa-versa.
The performance of the headphone jack, therefore, depends on how well the sound card functions; if the card doesn't work, then the headphones connected to the PC won't output sound.
Reconfiguring the audio settings will often fix problems with audio output on the headphone jack, but if the former fails to resolve the issue, replacing the sound card in its entirety is sometimes the only means of repair.
Click "Start." Enter "sound" into the search box. Select "Sound" from beneath Control Panel.
Double-click "Headphones."
If no "Headphones" option is available, double-click "Speakers."
Click "Properties" on the General tab.
Check the Device Status field for errors. Look up the message on Microsoft Support for more assistance, if applicable.
Close the window if the Device Status field reads "This Device Is Working Properly." Go to the "Levels" tab.
Click the speaker button to unmute the volume if the icon contains a red circle-backslash symbol. Drag the top slider to the right to increase the headphone volume.
Go to the "Enhancements" tab.
Check "Disable all Sound Effects." Go to Applications, and then clear "Allow Applications to Take Exclusive Control of This Device."
Click "OK" to close Headphones Properties or Speakers Properties.
Test the audio.
If the headphones fail to output sound, unplug the headphones from the computer.
Reconnect the headphones to the PC.
Headphone jacks are color-coded lime green on most PCs.
Look for the headphones symbol if the jacks are not color-coded.
Plug the headphones into the line-out port on the back of the computer if the headphone jack on the front of the PC fails to work, or visa-versa.
Test the headphones.
If headphones still won't emit sound, the sound card most likely requires replacement.
Replacing the Sound Card
Shut down the computer. Remove the power cord from the back of the PC.
Disconnect the keyboard, mouse, monitor and all other peripheral devices.
Loosen the screws found on the back of the case, then slide the cover panel off of the case. Touch the chassis to protect the hardware from electrostatic discharge, or ESD.
Set the computer on its side.
Locate the sound card found on the opposite of the audio jacks and loosen the screw that secures the card to the computer.
If no expansion card is located opposite the jacks, the computer uses an integrated sound card which can't be removed.
Remove the new audio card from its protective packaging.
Line up the card with an available expansion slot on the motherboard, then push the card down into the slot to install the new audio jacks.
Screw the card to the computer case.
Reassemble the computer.
Turn on the PC. Boot in to Windows and insert the CD that came with the new expansion card. Follow the onscreen instructions to install the sound card software to the computer.
Plug the headphones into the new line-out jack.

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Headphone jack does not work


The headphone jack on the computer connects to the sound card, a hardware device that controls audio input and output on the PC. The card contains a digital-to-analog converter that converts analog audio into digital signals and visa-versa. The performance of the headphone jack, therefore, depends on how well the sound card functions; if the card doesn't work, then the headphones connected to the PC won't output sound. Reconfiguring the audio settings will often fix problems with audio output on the headphone jack, but if the former fails to resolve the issue, replacing the sound card in its entirety is sometimes the only means of repair.
Click "Start." Enter "sound" into the search box. Select "Sound" from beneath Control Panel. Double-click "Headphones." If no "Headphones" option is available, double-click "Speakers." Click "Properties" on the General tab. Check the Device Status field for errors. Look up the message on Microsoft Support for more assistance, if applicable. Close the window if the Device Status field reads "This Device Is Working Properly." Go to the "Levels" tab. Click the speaker button to unmute the volume if the icon contains a red circle-backslash symbol. Drag the top slider to the right to increase the headphone volume. Go to the "Enhancements" tab. Check "Disable all Sound Effects." Go to Applications, and then clear "Allow Applications to Take Exclusive Control of This Device." Click "OK" to close Headphones Properties or Speakers Properties. Test the audio. If the headphones fail to output sound, unplug the headphones from the computer. Reconnect the headphones to the PC. Headphone jacks are color-coded lime green on most PCs. Look for the headphones symbol if the jacks are not color-coded. Plug the headphones into the line-out port on the back of the computer if the headphone jack on the front of the PC fails to work, or visa-versa. Test the headphones. If headphones still won't emit sound, the sound card most likely requires replacement. b> Replacing the Sound Card b> Shut down the computer. Remove the power cord from the back of the PC. Disconnect the keyboard, mouse, monitor and all other peripheral devices. Loosen the screws found on the back of the case, then slide the cover panel off of the case. Touch the chassis to protect the hardware from electrostatic discharge, or ESD. Set the computer on its side. Locate the sound card found on the opposite of the audio jacks and loosen the screw that secures the card to the computer. If no expansion card is located opposite the jacks, the computer uses an integrated sound card which can't be removed. Remove the new audio card from its protective packaging. Line up the card with an available expansion slot on the motherboard, then push the card down into the slot to install the new audio jacks. Screw the card to the computer case. Reassemble the computer. Turn on the PC. Boot in to Windows and insert the CD that came with the new expansion card. Follow the onscreen instructions to install the sound card software to the computer. Plug the headphones into the new line-out jack. Hope this helps.

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I have the headphone on the front screen and when i try to call someone i cant hear them, they can hear me. I have no idea where to change it back to non headphones


see i guess your audio jack is short in any kind into the board, please try to change the profile from headset to general (or any other) second try with audio jack inserted (some time it done if some little shortage from audio Jack) if both not work then you need to take some help of professional they will remove the "shortage of headset"



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HOW TO CONNECT FRONT AUDIO PINS


the connector is marked F_audio and it is located directly behind the rear facing audio jacks. should be only one plug either marked "hd audio" OR "ac97 audio". some cases are setup for either, but you only need one of them depending on what your motherboard supports.

11) F_AUDIO (Front Audio Connector)
This connector supports either HD (High Definition) or AC97 front panel audio module. If you wish
to use the front audio function, connect the front panel audio module to this connector. Check the pin
assignments carefully while you connect the front panel audio module. Incorrect connection
between the module and connector will make the audio device unable to work or even damage it.
For optional front panel audio module, please contact your chassis manufacturer.
By default, the audio driver is configured to support HD Audio. To connect an AC97 front panel
audio module to this connector, please refer to the instructions on page 72 about the software
settings.
Pin No. Definition
1 MIC
2 GND
3 MIC Power
4 NC
5 Line Out (R)
6 NC
7 NC
8 No Pin
9 Line Out (L)
10 NC
AC'97 Audio:
Pin No. Definition
1 MIC2_L
2 GND
3 MIC2_R
4 -ACZ_DET
5 LINE2_R
6 FSENSE1
7 FAUDIO_JD
8 No Pin
9 LINE2_L
10 FSENSE2

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I am not getting any sound from desktop speakers..i have sony driver installed


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.

Mar 06, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Can't hear audio


I found many references to this issue but I am not sure which may apply to your problem. Here is a set of steps to follow from another site: (Assumes Vista and Realtek)

  • Open Vista’s Control Panel (Window | Control Panel)
  • Open the Realtek Audio Manager (not “Sound”)
  • In the navigation bar in the far right, there is a little yellow folder icon. It is just below “Device advanced settings” and above “ANALOG”. Click the folder icon.
  • Click “Disable front panel jack detection” so that a yellow check mark shows up. Hit “OK”, and close the Realtek HD Audio Manager. That should re-enable the sound

Mar 30, 2009 | Microsoft Windows? Vista Home Premium...

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Headphone problem


Did you installed all drivers ?

Are there FRONT audio jacks you are trying to connect your headphones/mic ?
Dit it work before ?

First install all (incl. audio) drivers and try to get audio from BACK connectors (Green is speakers/headphones, Pink is Mic.)
If it workson on REAR, but not on FRONT connectors, check if you have another icon for AUDIO settings in Control panel and try to set FRONT audio settings.

Check if FRONT audio connectors are connected to your motherboard.

Regards.

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Mar 28, 2009 | Intel Motherboard, G31 Express, Core 2...

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Plug mic and earphone to the front panel


hi!gud am...hope this will help...

have you check if your audio controller is working?have you installed the driver?if not check this out...start>control panel>system>hardware>device manager>sound,video and audio controllers...

is your mic and earphone new?if not try to replace it with a new one maybe its broken that's why its not working...

check if the front panel audio is connected on your mobo...some casing with front panel audio has no connection...let me know what you see and tried ok?

goodluck...

Feb 28, 2008 | EPoX EP-4PLAI Motherboard

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