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Heloo sir i have p25g mother board i want front pannel audio settings

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Dear i have problem in my frent panel cuble... can you tell me where i put these cuble


On the mother board 3 plug in connecters are there

USB 1
USB 2
Front Audio

You can connect the front pannel cable accordingly.

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My chipset motherboard P25G, bios can't start.Cant even go to the bios setup menu?just the power led turn on and died again..the power suplay is good.thx..


make sure metal tower is firmely tight on the black chip on mother board with braket tightley clamed on it.and also check fan make sure thats tight on mother board.

Feb 18, 2011 | PC Chips P25G Motherboard

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Hi! i am using Intel DG33FB motherboard, i need the information about the connectivity of front pannel audio. for this it is Realtek HD audio port. i am having 5 cables set for the front pannel...


The L&R-Ret2&3 are common so only one needs fitting so for the speakers you only need to connect 3 cables. R-Out, L-Out and one return (either L of R). I'll comment back shortly on the mic pins for you.

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My front panel audio and microphone doesn't work


try to check the connection on the board wether its proper if no then check the manual of the board it will help u also check the setup in the bios also there r setting in some program of the sound software check this should solve the problem thankyou

Nov 16, 2010 | ASUS P5KPL-AM SE Motherboard

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My motherboard sound problem


Go to control pannel and check Disk and drivers option
and make the required settings there.

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Heloo sir my mic is not working why.please telme this problem solowed


hello sir,

are you sure the mic is plugged into the mic jack on your computer, not the speaker or line-in jack?

did you check to make sure your mic is the selected source for recording? (control panel--> settings--> sounds & audio -->audio tab)

did you check to make sure your recording volume is high enough? (volume button, same screen)

this should be enough to advance your situation

Feb 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Help pls....


http://www.intel.com/products/i/motherbd/D946GZIS/D946GZIS_lg.jpg

connect the front panel audio to the yellow coloured header you can see near the white coloured PCI Slot. in the above picture it is shown in the top right hand corner.

Dec 24, 2007 | Intel D946GZIS Motherboard

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