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  • Hairy29 May 11, 2010

    good am...

    audio jack connected to the mobo?i think your front panel audio has an audio jack connection which will be connected at the back panel audio...and not at the mobo,right?is the audio jack green and pink?

    thanx...

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Hi,
just brief out the details its an motherboard it has audio jack

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shailesh

Posted on Mar 13, 2008

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good am...

ok try to connect your front panel audio (with jack connection as you said...green & pink i assumed) in the back panel audio (green-sound & pink-mic)...hope this might work?if it doesn't...well i might need more details regarding your mobo & your casing to figure out what's wrong with it...

thanx...

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