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Many times the front jacks are enabled via the software from the company. Look in the SETTINGS - CONTROL PANEL- then a REALTec icon. They make a lot of MB hardware. Not Sounds... In that area you have to tell it to use the front or rear jacks. It can get real complicated this days for something simple like that.
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Microsoft has a program that will run on your current PC. It will check & confirm if your system can handel Vista. It will also show you what is not compatible with Vista. It will check every piece of hardware including your board & even your printer if it's connected & turned on.
It's a must use program for people who are thinking of installing Vista.
Click the link provided: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/windowsvista/buyorupgrade/upgradeadvisor.mspx
You can run a disk manager for your drive however, I'll bet you will find its windows boot.ini. It may read just fine for a dual boot system but think about this. Windows can get confused real quick. I'm talking about the regestry. Take the time and do a fresh install of your Linuex and than re-install windows "clean install". I'll bet everything works out just fine. When 1 changes MB's there is a whole list of new drivers PCI devices loading into windows. Your system will run better with one copy of drivers for your new board and windows will not carry a list of old drivers and PCI devices of your old board.