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Sound not working through rear I/O

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Hello, I spoke about this a short time ago but I decided it would be so much nicer if I did not have to have a wire going from my speakers to the front of the case. As it says in the title the sound port does not work from the motherboard but works on the front of the case which is of course connected to the motherboard. Confuses me, anyone know the answer?


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How many holes are there at the back ?


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The green one is the Speaker. check your sound software it must be on Front


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I have it connected to the green one.


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I have it connected to the green one.
Then how is your software setting ? Is it front panel

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i shall check that.


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Does it detect a jack input when you plug in your speaker to the rear speaker panel ?


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This is what it looks like when i plug it in the back:


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Do you have some headphones laying around that you can try in the back panel?

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Does your mobo have a SPDIF out ?


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no it doesn't.


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Have you checked the Software for Front & back ?


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I have no headphones that work with a 3.5mm plug, only USB. How do I check the software for the front and back, I though there was one general one.


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I have no headphones that work with a 3.5mm plug, only USB. How do I check the software for the front and back, I though there was one general one.
I think it will show you if you are using rear or front panel when you plug in the speakers. Were they working earlier ?

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