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Headset problem i still cant use my headset in the front panel evrytime i connect it in the front but if i connect it in the back it works well and my audio was connected in the mobo

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Good am...

have you check the connections of your front panel jack to your mobo?does your mobo supports secondary audio?check the manual of your mobo first and then inform me later...

goodluck!

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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good am...

yes i know you want to use your headset that's why i am helping you...is your front panel audio connected to your mobo?in what connection?

thanx..

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