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Need help with audio for Rampage III gene mobo DOMOrawrr May 3rd, 12, 08:49 AM #1

I just changed to a new Rampage III GENE Intel® X58/ICH10R mobo.
I used the front panel I/O audio connector [HD Audio] as recommended in the mobo guide book, and installed the driver. Back panel digital audio connector was also used. But the audio still doesn't work.

On desktop, it shows the sound icon as available and when I play music, the bar actually has movement. However no sound are produce.

Initially I thought it was speaker's wire problem, so I tried with ear piece. Unfortunately even with ear piece, there is still no sound. Tried with both front panel and back panel socket to no avail.

Is there anything that I've miss or require to do? Like setting jumper etc, as the guide book never state anything on it.

Let me know if there are any possible place where I might have gone wrong and any extra information that you might need to derive at your solution.

Thanks in advance - DOMO

P.S - The system is working fine with all parts (cpu,ram,graphic etc). Only the audio is not working.


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DOMOrawrr May 3rd, 12, 12:26 PM #2
BUMPS, help appreciated. T.T
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tamjinhang May 3rd, 12, 03:06 PM #3
by right, using windows dafault audio driver already can give u sound. just plug into normal speaker jack at the back of mobo and play music. if cant, prob audio chip gg.
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Thanks to tamjinhang for this useful post! May 3rd, 12, from DOMOrawrr
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DOMOrawrr May 3rd, 12, 04:01 PM #4
ooh, will check it up later when i go home. any more possible issue/solution?
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DOMOrawrr May 3rd, 12, 08:20 PM #5
hoho... turns out isn't audio chip problem. Re-download a new driver from mobo website and it's working fine now. thanks tamjinhang
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