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Front Audio Port/mic Not Working


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#1 keplenk

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Posted 12 February 2008 - 07:29 PM

Hi all,

I'm having a problem making my Front Audio Panel - Headphones and Mic jacks to work. My operating system is Windows XP w/ Sp2. I've installed the latest drivers from Realtek HD and it doesn't seem to work.

Then I read a similar forum with someone having the same problem but has a different mobo. They said that this problem could be AC97 thing vs HD Realtek compatibility.

My casing is Cooler Master Elite 330 and this has a fixed audio F_panel Block which perfectly fits my mobo. This makes sure that I put it correctly.

When I go to my mobo, it only has an option of "Azila" something .. Enable or Disable. It doesn't say anything about AC97 or HD ..

Am I doomed? Is there a way to make the F_panel audio to work?

Thank you so much.

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Posted 12 February 2008 - 07:58 PM

I've found a lot of sound cards at work that need to have the UAA (Universal Audio Architecture) update installed before installing the audio drivers (mostly for devices listed as High Definition). Could this be your issue?
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