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Topic # 24060 14-Jul-2008 12:17 Send private message

Hi all. I have just a couple of questions to ask. I got a black ninja case about 2 months ago but since installing my mobo into it I've had problems. Firstly the front sound input only plays in mono and the back sound continues to play while the front is plugged in. Secondly almost every time I stick my pc into standby or hibernate it simply restarts on me. I'm thinking that I may not have the sound plugged into the board the right way (in which I will check my manuel again and turn it around), same could be the case with the power button? Help is appreciated :-) PC is: WIN XP SP2, 2gb ram, ASUS mobo, 2.8ghz Pentium D, 750gb HDDs, Galaxy 9600GT OC GFX Card (which I received in the post today :-). Thanks, Matt

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  Reply # 147791 14-Jul-2008 14:43 Send private message

Which ASUS motherboard exactly ? Might help people help you, who have had similar problems.

For myself, my sound works on the rear as well as the front when headphones are plugged into the front. Think its the norm unless your sound card software detects it as some do.... I just turn off my front speakers.

Power button will not have anything to do with hibernation/sleep options restarting the computer.




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