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Asus p4p800se my mainboard sound port is not working but when i connect to the aux port it is working but the voice volume is not loud very small in amount i need bios update

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  • popivanov Feb 12, 2008

    I get a problem whit S/PDIF port .I don.t have a signal

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I don't think so. Have you checked to see if:

One, your cable connections are secure and properly seated?

Two, check to see if are any shorts in the cables?

Three, make sure you do not have any jumpers shunting audio output. Check first to make sure that jumper isn't right before removing the jumper...See the Manual.

[PS] Jumpers are those little magic blocks, like you see on the CMOS reset [1-2 || 2-3]. They shunt two pins.

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