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Old 13-06-07, 12:13 PM
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Stupid Question about front Audio

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I have an Asus commando, and wants to use the front audio ports on my case, old antec P160. BUT here's the annoying thing, while i can make the headfone/speaker port work, I can't seam to make the mic port work, which is what i really want.

I have tried both AC97 and HDAudio type in the bios, and neither work.

Would, as i am planning to, upgrading the onboard sound to an X-FI based card work, likely the creative extream gamer?

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Old 13-06-07, 12:26 PM
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Does the mic work as u`r wanting if u plug u`r mic in the rear mobo i/o socket ?
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Old 13-06-07, 12:30 PM
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anychance you forgot to go into sound properties and select mic settings etc??
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Old 14-06-07, 09:51 AM
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Originally Posted by name='Rastalovich'
Does the mic work as u`r wanting if u plug u`r mic in the rear mobo i/o socket ?
Yes.. this works, but is annoying, as the computer is under my desk.

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anychance you forgot to go into sound properties and select mic settings etc??
There is nothing in properties to select the front mic port, only for the front headfone port.
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