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EleanorShadowVelvet

Front Panel Audio dont work

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Heya guys. I have a little ask for help.

The problem is that i have a new pc case and the front panel audio dont work. I looked in the bios and tried the settings, i updated the drivers and it still dont work. The Back Audio dont work too. I need help to fix this problem..

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22 minutes ago, EleanorShadowVelvet said:

(...) The Back Audio dont work too. (...)

This changes everything, isn't? :)

It means that audio don't work at all, not just front panel.

 

Frist - diagnostics. Boot from any USB drive with Ubuntu and check if audio works. If works under Ubuntu - drivers are problem. If not - hardware may be a problem.

 

Second (or first, as you want) - check sound settings, maybe HDMI is default output device for sound. So change it.

 

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27 minutes ago, homeap5 said:

This changes everything, isn't? :)

It means that audio don't work at all, not just front panel.

 

Frist - diagnostics. Boot from any USB drive with Ubuntu and check if audio works. If works under Ubuntu - drivers are problem. If not - hardware may be a problem.

 

Second (or first, as you want) - check sound settings, maybe HDMI is default output device for sound. So change it.

 

Boot into Linux is not your first troubleshooting step.

You can find if it's a hardware or software problem without doing that.

 

Check your default audio device in windows first.

It should be set to "realtek high definition audio," or something similar :)

 

Hope this helps.

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32 minutes ago, rhyseyness said:

Boot into Linux is not your first troubleshooting step.

You can find if it's a hardware or software problem without doing that.

 

Check your default audio device in windows first.

It should be set to "realtek high definition audio," or something similar :)

 

Hope this helps.

As I said - "or first, as you want". It all depends on few factors. I have USB pendrive with linux just in case, so for me boot from USB with live linux is just few seconds. If you must prepare everything to do that - it's too much in fact.

 

And you don't give any other solution than me.

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21 hours ago, homeap5 said:

As I said - "or first, as you want". It all depends on few factors. I have USB pendrive with linux just in case, so for me boot from USB with live linux is just few seconds. If you must prepare everything to do that - it's too much in fact.

 

And you don't give any other solution than me.

I wasn't trying to fight you, haha.

I'm just saying booting to Linux isn't easy for most people (it certainly wouldn't be for me!)

 

I agree with checking your sound settings, and there's not a lot else he can do until we know the outcome of that.

"Any other solution" can't be suggested until we know whether his settings are right, and sound should be being produced.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I wish i could do but i tried to boot anything other than windows and i failed ^^" 

 

My audio isnt even showed on the sound settings. And now it has to work because my usb headset is a few days away from dying

 

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