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Plugs on front of computer r usless for my mic and headphones

On the front of the computer box r symbols for headphones and mic but when i plug in the two plugs of the head phones pink and green nothing happens i still hear my speakers and no mic. i need this for gaming online. i have a zt computer duo core dq965gf mother. what do i do?

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  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2008

    i have a desktop and laptop.  I have tried for both the computers.  But it didn't work.  Kindly suggest

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Do you have a Realtek Soundcard/-chip?
Then you have to enable the front plugs via the Realtek Control Center (shipped with your driver).
Also be sure that you disabled the automatic front plug detection, without that you cannot enable the front plugs.

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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In some cases the front sound is not actually connected to the motherboard, and will not function at all. If this is the case, you should still be able to plug the mic and speakers jacks into the back of the computer.

If the cables are connected and configured properly, sometimes is it necessary to use an audio control to enable the front ports. This control is sometimes displayed in the Tray (the icons next to the clock on the right hand side of the taskbar), or in the Control Panel.

lastly, on some computers, it is necessary to start the computer with the hardware connected, and it automatically configures the ports depending on what is plugged in.

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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