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Usually by plugging into that jack, the computer will notice you have done so. In some computers built by computer engineers after the failure of a motherboard or installation into a new case, the front panel audio connector is not installed so the front panel speaker and microphone connectors don't work.

You can see if your computer detects your front panel connections from Control Panel and clicking on Sound.

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