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MSI 915o comboAudio front panel

Pls.. can u give me front panel audio jack settings

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Re: MSI 915o comboAudio front panel

Some cases come with a Mic & speaker jack/ cable. These jacks sit within the case. Rather than using the rear Mic which is (colored pink) & speaker (colored green). These 2 colored cables run from the front of the case & out through an emty hole in the back of the case. Which you connect them to the rear of the boards Mic in (pink) & sound (green). Now you can use your front audio jacks for both mic & sound. This may sound strange but I have come across many cases just like this. Its not uncommon to have 2 front usbs & a 1394 connect on to the board as well. Without your manual I'm sorry I can not help you fauther.

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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?


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