So I guess having it plugged in the middle port is right. TechSpot Account Sign up for free , it takes 30 seconds. I was actually just searching around to see if anyone had found a solution yet i’ve been putting up with it for 18mths now. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. Gotta say though, besides this problem i think the motherboard is pretty good. Ask a question and give support. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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It would also be very coincidental since it happened once you reinstalled Windows. After moving this PC out of my room for two weeks and w7n8x it back up again Replaced speakers with Altec Lansing 2. I noticed a high pitched whine coming from my Cambridge 4 point surround. I was doing some maintenance on my htpc last night.
I’ve heard of others not getting any sound. I’m using the onboard sound for the Asus A7N8X and all is working great, except that when it’s idle no sound is being played ie.
After about a minute or so of being idle, i hear a high-pitched whine with headphones on. Join the community here. You can either have the front audio jack or the rear speak jack, but not both.
Replaced power supply with watt unit. Hello and welcome to Techspot. Add your adio to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment.
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Noticed that whine changed pitch when clicking mouse or any other PC activity. Another Sound query with A7N8X On the same vein can anyone with the deluxe board confirm if they have 4 x screws around the processor holding the board down? Join the community here.
Also found that after playing anything that output sound, the whine would go away for about minutes, then return. As unlikely as it is, maybe the the FP audio is not wired properly, affecting the rear panel audio.
ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – nForce2 Ultra 400 Series
Please, any input would be appreciated. I also use an Audigy 2 ZS because the onboard made poping noises but now it seems the audigy is too. Auddio have an account? Check your motherboard documentation.
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Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. Again, I don’t understand how a driver problem might affect only rear panel and not front panel, but updating your sound driver is recommended regardless.
I tried to loosen the screws on the motherboard to readjust it since a7nn8x was a little off center but that didn’t work. It wouldn’t be the first damaged audio jack I’ve seen.
Gotta say though, besides this problem i think the motherboard is pretty good. So I guess having it plugged in the middle port is right.
Asus A7N8X audio *problem*?
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What Bios do you have?