Question about EliteGroup 661GX/800-M (661GX800M7) Motherboard
Hi ozlion, there are a set of pins dedicated for front sound & mic operations. The fact that your front is loacated on the side of the case is irrelevant. If there was a difference in the sound between the rear jacks as opposed to the side jacks there may be an adjustment one could try but this is not the case. Both side & rear are not putting out through all your speakers.
This indicates a problem with the integrated sound chip or your speakers are defective. Suggest you swap your speakers with (a known good set) of speakers. If the good set of speakers do the same than the motherboards integrated sound chip is bad.
A work around would be to add a PCI sound card to your system. That's only if your board is out of warranty.
(So hate giving out bad news).
ozlion, if you have more questions feel free to ask.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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