As far as front panel JAUD1 don’t worry about that if you won’t be using headphones there. After getting everything up and running, I found out that the sound is not working. Is there any incompatibility for speaker? So how do I get it replaced under the warranty? I was able to get everything to work except for the on-board audio. Well, I tested the connector port off of the case and it still doesn’t work. JAUD1 has no jumper.
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If I’m not mistaken those jumpers are only needed on the older AL’97 audio when not using front panel jacks, not the newer HD audio. JAUD1 has no jumper.
I can’t find the setting for that. After getting everything up and running, I found out that the sound is not working. Too much things are going on.
You do not need the jumpers mentioned so leave any off. Well, I tested the connector port off of the case and it still doesn’t work. The analog jack ports are completely grayed out. Or something else is wrong?
MSI 760GM-P23 (FX) – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket AM3+ – AMD 760G
I completely missed your reply. They are all pin connections for the front audio panel.
Audlo was able to get everything to work except for the on-board audio. Once it’s changed from digital to analog out then the rear jacks should work just fine. I tried all three jacks. Is there any incompatibility for speaker? In your audio control panel, is it set for digital or analog out?
The Realtek High Definition Audio always has “Not plugged in” status even if its rear audio jack is connected. I guess the ports are defective. I am wondering if the on-board graphic and my graphic card can work together for dual display using their individual VGA port. And how long till I get the replacement? It seems that Vx was having problem focusing. XFM on February, So how do I get it replaced under the warranty?
No Audio on MSI GM-P23 (FX)
I would like to know what is wrong with the on-board audio. I thought there is a software setting for that. As far audioo front panel JAUD1 don’t worry about that if you won’t be using headphones there. I believe, my computer identified it to be ATI Radeon I read somewhere on AMD website that their software allows that configuration as long as the drivers for both are compatible or something of that sort.
But that still doesn’t fix the problem. I am using the latest realtek driver.
MSI GM-P23 (FX) – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket AM3+ – AMD G Overview – CNET
I have one last question about the board. Home Help Search Login Register. So I went to the MSI website to get the latest version for the audio.
Please login or register. Initially, I installed all the drivers provided on the disc that came with the motherboard.