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Front panel audiojacks not working

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Hi everyone, I've got a pc with windows 10 and my front panel audiojacks are not working. I dont have a audiocard, my motherboard is a gigabyte Z97P-D3. My temporary solution was to get a cheap usb to audio adapter. Is there a way i cant activate the front panel audio jacks again? Btw a usb headphone works too. 

Thanks for reading and maybe a anwser.

Hidde

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why dont you use a 3.5mm extension cable? these cheap usb sticks are one of the most unreliable audio device ive ever seen.

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On 12/3/2018 at 12:12 PM, H.Wier said:

Hi everyone, I've got a pc with windows 10 and my front panel audiojacks are not working. I dont have a audiocard, my motherboard is a gigabyte Z97P-D3. My temporary solution was to get a cheap usb to audio adapter. Is there a way i cant activate the front panel audio jacks again? Btw a usb headphone works too. 

Thanks for reading and maybe a anwser.

Hidde

I would personally use the audio jacks on the back of the motherboard anyways since they're shielded from interference. 

 

Do you know if it's jsut a problem with the case, the wires from case to mobo, or a problem with the motherboard header? (Fourth option is audio drivers)

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