Quote: Originally Posted by Britton30
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A simple mistake is to not re-connect the audio leads properly. Is audio missing from both the front and rear connections? Make sure you have the HD Audio enabled.
Those who worked on it may not have re-connected the board leads right too.
I have 6 audio jacks on this motherboard as seen below.
My speaker are connected to the green jack. This speaker setup worked fine this way before being RMA'd. Out of desperation, I tried the other ports with no luck.
I am unsure of the board leads to audio ports. I do believe these ports are soldered to the PCB on the motherboard.
Quote: Originally Posted by boohbah
in addition ,open the realtek hd audio manager in control panel and make sure the jack that you have your speakers plugged into is active or allocated.
It appears to be active but there is no sound coming from the speakers. These speakers due work, the volume is on, and everything is connected correctly.
Quote: Originally Posted by bassfisher6522
What type of speaker setup are you using? How is this setup hooked up? Does the speaker system have an independent volume control if so is it turned on and all the way up?
My setup now is a DellAS501. The speakers have a power supply connector on the speakers and an internal cable coming from the back of the speaker that is correctly attached to the audio port on the back of the computer. It does have an independent volume control which is turned on.
Thank you all for the advice.