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HI! I HAVE AN ACER ASE-500. THE FRONT SPEAKER/HEADPHONE AND MIC JACKS DO NOT WORK. HOW CAN I MAKE THEM TO WORK? DO I HAVE TO DO SG PHISICALLY OR WITHIN A SOFTWARE?

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No you need not any additional software.
There might be a setting software from which you can control the input/output of your adio jacks.

If you have installed Realtek Audio manager, then goto Audio I/O tab. There you can found the option. Its easy to recognize and use. Just try yourself and see.

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Iqbal

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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