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Unable to access both Audio and Microphone jacks at the same time

Hey, yesterday i left my PC open, only to find the next day, my front panel jack (microphone) isn't working.
i tried connecting the Audio and Microphone to the back panel, which works, but... I can only use 1 port, that is "Line in", or "Mic in", now the thing is that is there anyway I can get both jacks to work?
i'm taking online classes this year due to pandemic and i cant stand it :p

also, this is what the front panel jack sounds like (Very Loud, Lower your volume). If this can be fixed too, i'll be very thankful

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14 minutes ago, MahadKamal said:

Hey, yesterday i left my PC open, only to find the next day, my front panel jack (microphone) isn't working.
i tried connecting the Audio and Microphone to the back panel, which works, but... I can only use 1 port, that is "Line in", or "Mic in", now the thing is that is there anyway I can get both jacks to work?
i'm taking online classes this year due to pandemic and i cant stand it 😛

also, this is what the front panel jack sounds like (Very Loud, Lower your volume). If this can be fixed too, i'll be very thankful

Recording (63).m4a 100.45 kB · 1 download

If you mean have both front and rear microphone ports accept media simultaneously? Then no, you would have to unplug one of them I believe as it's seen as the same input and as far as I know most audio cards do not support switching between front and rear microphone manually like they do with the headphone out. 

 

Line-in is separate so that might work.

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Do you have any idea what happened instantly before you found out about front panel jack?
It seems its probably physical damage tho i might be wrong

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