Later in the manual does describe additional software settings about audio configuration. Below that, click “Speaker Configuration” tab. Within the Realtek software it should pop up a window and let you assign it to something – the audio output. OR Change the quoted setting to “Mute the rear output device, when a front headphone plugged in. If it is, then my bet is there’s something physically wrong with the electronics i. Not necessarily a problem not having a front panel connected. Tue Jul 24, 4:
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If so, are there separate jacks for audio and mic? That setting, set as you say it is, will create 2 analog output devices in the Sound control panel. I just happen tosee some drivers that were from realtek saying something about ac’97 would that make a difference for my onboard? Not necessarily a problem not having a front panel connected. ATX Form Factor; Wed Jul 25, 7: Did it say anything about front panel audio connector needing to be jumpered if no front panel audio is connected?
Try Ubuntu before you install it Also, make sure you set Windows to be stereo. Tue Jul 24, Is this a clean install of Windows with a clean driver install? But have you ever selected “front speaker out” as your output device when you plug something in to any port?
Tue Jul 24, 5: I looked in my bios and found no option then did a quick read-over of the bios part of the manual and also found nothing Wed Jul 25, Support for Xpress Install 6.
If yes you may need to check to see if you need to rejumper the FP-AUDIO header or whatever it’s called to reconnect the rear panel outputs. If it is, then my bet is there’s something physically wrong with the electronics i.
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Below that, in the “Full-range Speakers” section, what is checked? Does it have a microphone on it? Now for the other person I have done all that and still no sound.
Below that, click “Speaker Configuration” tab. Popular Downloads Gaa-ma770-ud3 Admin 3. On ga-mx770-ud3 Volume”, check the Mute button to the right of the slider – does it have an X or sound wave? Alternatively, plug the speakers into a different jack e.
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Support for Download Center 3. But reading the manual which I haven’t had time to do until just now Check and make sure that when you set the default device in the sound control panel you set it to the right device.
Do you have a front panel jack connected on ga-ma770–ud3 case, or do you not have one at all? Also, click “Device advanced settings” above that.
I have no sound what so ever. Note that this will naturally delete all of your other changes, so make a note of what BIOS settings you may or may not have changed if you do this.
Mon Jul 23, 9: Since you got this from a friend, have you tried resetting the BIOS to its defaults? Ok well I do not have a front panel at all on this case to answer the first question.