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My audio card is not working on rear jack stereo.If i select 6 channel it still not working only on the others 2 jacks but the sound it's not stereo on that ones too. Stereo sound i have only on my front panel jack(headphones). Please tell me where is the problem and how can i fix it.

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  • catalindizzy Feb 07, 2010

    Nevermind...the problem is hardware not software so...i need to change the motherboard on waranty.


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