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Intel Desktop Board D865GLC – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket 478 – i865G Series
Intel Desktop Board DGLC – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket – iG Overview – CNET
However, I checked that link. The main ones are the and those two do need. Any other solutions for this? I pretty much have to order them online – because they are hard to find. There is a front panel jumper Xudio toward the back PCI slots area, you need to make sure there is a jumper between and in order to enable the REAR green audio port. It also says that as long as there are headphones connected to the front panel headers, there won’t be any sound from the speakers.
I am using windows xp sp3 and in the device manager control panel and none of the devices show any error. I’ve tested it on other machines and ipods.
The jumper shows on the manual as J9A2 though. Using windows 7 with the intel xp drivers offered on this site.
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Go to original post. The volume control from windows and soundMax shows that there is no problem with the sound, but my speakers don’t seem to be producing any sound. Jumpersand do not need to be connected in order for the rear audio ports to work.
The motherboard manual doesn’t show any way to disable the front panel header audio. After downloading and installing all the necessary drivers from the Intel website, everything seems to be in order. It would be great if you would have supplied enough jumper caps to solve the issue. This is a computer translation of the original content. Thanks for any help! The main ones are the and those two do need to be jumpered together for audio to work. This content has been marked as final.
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The speakers are fine. Also, when I plug the speakers in, soundMax Control Panel says that there are headphones connected to the front panel headers but there arent any. No sound before, sound d865glc/d865pso perfect afterwards. Im assuming most of the series are like this.