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P67A-UD4 B3 Onboard Audio dead?

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Hi guys,
Just recently my speakers started to make a very loud static sound. My Mic stopped working also. I tried plugging in headphones etc. but they all get static too. Is this a problem with my onboard Audio? I only just built this computer in late February...
Yes all my drivers are up to date, I checked that. I restarted my computer, nothing changed. I set everything in Realtek HD Audio Manager back to default, no change still. When I play songs I can still hear the music behind the static, but barely...

Time to take it back for a replacement?
Just realised. When I unplugged my Mic the static went away, what's going on, they use to work fine before... AND my left speaker doesn't work, but the right works fine. Just plugged the jack into the blue audio jack, line in and they both work but no subwoofer and the Mic still makes it static.
Edited by General_Jaja - 7/23/11 at 6:52am
post #2 of 4
id RMA it just to be sure, maybe something to damaged, or your mic damaged it idk it just doesn't' sound normal id RMA>
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I wouldn't hassle with RMA just for dis and take other risks - just buy a cheap soundcard.
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yea you can do that, but the audio codec on almost all of GB's boards the ALC889 was only used on their best boards until recently when they added it to their entire line. Its actually a very good codec, and stand up to creative even. From what I have heard its one of the best for onboard audio.

When the sandybridge recall happened, GB changed the UD4 by not only its chipset they also gave it an upgrade in terms of the audio codec.

IDk do what you want, id get an RMA, in-case there is something else wrong.
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