This really bugs me

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Hardware' started by Firecracker, Jan 16, 2011.

  1. Firecracker

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    I thought I had this fixed, but some peanut told me to go somewhere and download a file, which was a virus. the problem is every time I plug my headphone into the front panel the rear 7.1 surround system mutes. I have set it to play on two different audio streams, but it don't work. New computer, New everything. and everything is updated.

    also when I turn the computer off the speakers make a schhhh noise, like a tap burst. No my last two computers didn't have these sorts of problems.:mad::confused:
     
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    bassfisher6522 Essential Member

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    I know this is not what you want to here but I'll say it anyway.....might be a good time for a complete redo/reinstall and start from scratch.
     
  3. Firecracker

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    I have done that heaps of times to sort this and other problems out and this doesn't work.
     
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    Then the problem could lie with the mobo itself, something on it could be over heating and causing said issue. Try installing a seperate sound card instead of using the onboard, barrow one from someone if you can otherwise they are not that expensive, around $25.
     
  5. Firecracker

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    I have check the temps with Speedfan and AMD Overdrive along with the HM Monitor all temps are below normal. I Put in my Sound Blaster X-FI card and installed the drivers. It works fine But the front audio is giving troubles.
     
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    Check the physical connection of the front panel and make sure its seated fully and inspect the wireing for any nicks/cuts that maybe grounding itself. If that all checks out, move front panel connection to another usb header.
     
  7. Firecracker

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    The cable checks out fine and no I cannot plug an audio cable into a USB header. Where was you thinking?:rofl::rofl: The only thing is that the front audio cable run along with cold cathodes which they cause audio problems too when they are turned on and a CPU power cable.
     

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