I was reading over the mobo manual. Test the light green output with some headphones or something. I have checked the volume levels, all okay. Please feel free to move this to an appropriate forum. I keep hearing if you do that you can cause more problems. I used nothing from the CD as everything was updated on the site.
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No sound from Asus A8N5X
Everything went well until I hooked up the speakers from my old pc. Welcome to the forum, Shine. Hi all, I am a newbie.
I have checked the volume levels, all okay. Got any other thoughts?
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If I switch them back to my old pc they work fine. I hope I did it right. Depends on asjs you like the speakers, I suppose.
I tried to do the realtek connector sensing. This would indicate not correctly installed devices possibly your sound device. I keep hearing if you do that you can cause more problems.
Make sure your BIOS is updated as well and soind you have audio enabled as suggested above. I just finished building my first pc. Test the light green output with some headphones or something.
Was I supposed to attach anything to the aux. Your menu above looks good. I decided to ask my father to bring over the speakers from his pc. I was reading over the mobo manual. Not saying this is your problem, but it will at least eliminate the obvious. Is that okay to do?
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Apparently the other plug is shorter. I am at a complete loss. There is a tick-box te enable digital audio which may or may not be checked already. I just built the same MB in a system and had no trouble. I did install the the drivers from the cd that came with the mobo.
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Wow, you have digital speakers! Keep them clear until you have sound at the back. Then save as a. What do ya think? Forget about Front audio connections for now until you get sound working, at least.
Very loud and kinda cracky, but they work. Did you see any exclamation or question marks while in Device Manager?
The cracking should go away with the proper connector attached and I assume the volume can be turned down further through software. Here is the stupid question. Was there a cable, other than the pc speaker wire from the case to the motherboard, that I missed.