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Foxconn p945 g7md with 8 channel sound

I have followed advice on forum and disabled the front panel connection. It now shows connections available and the headset is fine but the mike does not work. I have checked volumes, muting etc and all appear ok.

Any suggestions would be appreciated Mike

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  • Mike Hesketh Jan 13, 2008

    Just to clarify my post. I am referring to the front panel connectors

  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2008

    My system takes front mic as default thogh I have changed it to Rear, it again changes to front after some times & my mic stops working. Please help.



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Whoo i got foxconn 945g7ma - exactly the same prob front headphones fine no front mic - and device manager doesnt show any probs - 7 pins nine poles = no mic

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

  • freshegg Jan 25, 2008

    just to clarify connections..(pin1).mic in = port1_L. ....(pin2)ground = aud gnd....(pin3)mic bias = port1_R....(pin4)empty = presence_J....(pin5)speakerout_R = port2_R....(pin6)return_R = sense1_return....(pin7)empty = sensor_send....(pin8)empty = empty.....(pin9)speakerout_L = port2_L......(pin10)return_L = sense2_return. this is front headphones working but front mic still not working ....any suggestions most appreciated


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Open System properties, click hardware tab & than click device manager. Scroll down to Sound, video & game controller. Do you see a yellow ! . This means you need a driver or intergrated controller is bad.

You can download your manual/drivers here:

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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    Mike Peluso Jan 14, 2008

    Check the rear mic jack out-put as well.



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