Thanks for posting your results! Please make sure you disable the automatic front panel jack detection feature in the Realtek HD Audio Manager. I’ve tried wiring in different combinations,twiddled with the software but i still cant get any sound from the front: Hi, I am not sure what kind of computer case you have there, but I’d say, it is safe to conclude that it’s fron panel audio plugs do not really meet the industry standard for audio connectors. It’s a generic case i purchased from Maplins a few years ago and it’s without the front connectors.

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It’s a generic case i purchased from Maplins a few years ago and it’s without the front connectors. I don’t need a 5. I’ve tried wiring in different combinations,twiddled with the software but i still cant get any sound from the front: The only way you can get 5. Home Help Search Login Register.

Please login or register. Yup, should work fine for what you want. Thanks for the replies everyone,i’ll try the suggestion that Stu mentioned.

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Is it maybe designed to work with a specific soundcard? You might also try reversing the Mic connections audko.

I switch between the two audio systems through the control panel sound and audio devices i’ll tinker around at the weekend and post my results. And the wires from it?

MSI K9AGM3-FD

This is usually the cause for the fact that front panel audio is not working, when the case’s audio plug k9qgm3 not meet the connectivity standard. The thing about it is it’s not made to connect to the normal AC’97 nor HD audio connectors, it’s made for a MB that has a header for 5.

Please make sure you disable the automatic front panel jack detection feature in the Realtek HD Audio Manager. I can’t post a photo but i can give a link to an identical model on k9zgm3 http: About the audio connection: Hi, I am not sure what kind of computer case you have there, but I’d say, it is safe to conclude that it’s fron panel audio plugs do not really meet the industry standard for audio connectors.

Thanks for posting your results!

K9AGM3 Audio Header

Can you show a picture of this front panel device? That appears to be something similar to the MS that was made for Medion. But you could try: Yes i disabled the automatic front panel jack detection feature in the Realtek HD Audio Manager and all is working fine many thanks to Jack,Henry and Stu – top guys! And the mic pins shouldn’t be a problem either there are just two possible ways you can plug them in, so one of them should work.

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MSI K9AGM3-F – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket AM2 – AMD 690V

To connect the ground pins should be no problem. I will add that i have an Audigy card and normally use that for 5.

Yes you can try what Stu shows above, for what you want it should work doing that.