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Old 05-09-04, 03:11 AM   #1
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Default A7N8X-X no rear panel speakers

I have an A7N8X-X with Debian testing. I've installed the nForce 1.0-0261 drivers and all is good. Except, the speaker socket on the rear panel does not produce sound. At the moment I'm using the headphone socket on the front of the case which works fine. I've put up with this for ages - now it's time to figure it out properly. Otherwise the mobo and nVidia nForce drivers are working well.

A7N8X-X rev 2.00
Debian testing
kernel 2.4.26
nForce 1.0-0261

Google seems to think this problem is mine alone
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Old 05-09-04, 09:16 AM   #2
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Default Re: A7N8X-X no rear panel speakers

oh.... listen, did u setup your linux?
since i have A7V8X-X motherboard.. and the problem i had in linux, was that only the 2 front speakers worked...
i have a 5.1 surrond sound system.
System info(s):
Gaming/Work System :
RAM: 2.0Gb
Hard drive: 160 Gb
OS: Windows Vista Home Pre.
Server/Work system:
CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2400+
RAM: 1.0Gb
Hard drive: 30 IDE,120 IDE
VIDEO CARD: Nvidia Geforce 4 Ti 4600
OS: OpenSuse 10.2, Windows 2003
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