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  Reply # 141902 1-Jul-2008 14:31

The sound card does have its own control panel, though it's just an interface to the Windows one.

I have looked many times and the only audio setting in the bios is Onboard Audio Disable/Enable.

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  Reply # 142086 2-Jul-2008 06:41
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Sorry just had a thought. You are connecting it to the right jumper on the video card? There are normaly two. One of which is the plug for the fan (not used on passive).








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  Reply # 142105 2-Jul-2008 08:26

Yep I'm sure it's the right jumper.

There's the 3 pin header with the white plastic around it, and the two pin header, which is what I am connecting to.

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  Reply # 142121 2-Jul-2008 09:05
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rixth: Yep I'm sure it's the right jumper.

There's the 3 pin header with the white plastic around it, and the two pin header, which is what I am connecting to.


Yip that’s the one. Sorry I am not sure what to suggest from here. Somehow you need to work out if it is a problem with the on board sound or the passthough.

I am not sure where you are located. If in the Wellington region then I would be happy for you to pop around with your video card put it in my media centre to see if it outputs sound as I have mine configured that way so know it works on my hardware otherwise not sure what else you can try.







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  Reply # 142128 2-Jul-2008 09:21

Yep I'm in Wellington (Taranaki St). That'd be great if we could arrange this, where are you located?

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  Reply # 142188 2-Jul-2008 12:23
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rixth: Yep I'm in Wellington (Taranaki St). That'd be great if we could arrange this, where are you located?


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  Reply # 143363 6-Jul-2008 15:33

Whilst Nety and I work out a time that is good for both of us to test the card, I have organized a forward replacement with the retailer.

I loaded up XP on another drive, no dice with the audip pass through, but like on Vista, it works via HDMI.

Hrmph. It would be wonderful if this was a handware issue. Or, as I started this topic for, a cable issue.

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