Feeling quite pleased with myself because my first build is just about finished ( have a mass of cables to tidy up and tie back) However I do have one minor problem, I can’t get any sound out of the front panel (top panel in this case) headphone socket. The front panel connector on the motherboard JAUD1 has nine pins and pin 7 is for future use according to the motherboard manual and pin4 is filtered 5V which I don’t have a plug for. I have one lead with 3 connectors for mic , ground and mic power which go to pins 1,2 and 3. Another lead has right in & right out and left in &left out and ground. These go to pins 6,7,9&10. There is only one pin marked ground and this is already in use. So I haven’t been able to connect this ground. Is this what is stopping it working. So although it is only a minor problem, it would be nice to have the headphone socket working. Anyone any thoughts?
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Thanks for the link Completealias, I haven't had time to go through it thoroughly but it looks as if it may have the answer. I will check it out later. AndySD I have a Soundblaster live 24 Bit card. I can get sound out of the rear ports using this or from the on-board sound if I enable that but neither gives sound out of the front. I will maybe get in touch with MSI. The case instructions are rubbish and have caused the only problems that I have had with the build.
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