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I just finished my first build and I tried using skype mic. input/output connecters. My computer is able to recognize my headset as i am able to capture voice and also able to hear sound coming from m headset. However, every time I turn my volume up/down from within my Headset I hear static. My computer also gives me an "you have unplugged, etc" error every so often. So, it looses connection even though it is plugged in.

I have tried a different case, so i don't think that is the problem.

I've plugged my headset directly to the back of the motherboard and the static from changing my volume up/down is gone. However, whenever i record my voice there is background static.

I've tried re-downloading theAudio drivers several times, but the problem is still there.

Anyone know what could be the issue?
Edited by thatrodbloke - 10/21/11 at 4:58pm
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It seems like there is interference internally or something isn't grounded properly. It is known that using the FP ports on a lot of cases (especially the Antec 900) isn't the best way to go.

A lot of the FP ports just aren't well made, they cut out easily or don't work, and often times the cabling used isn't good.

Check:

*To make sure you have everything setup right in BIOS as well as Windows and audio options for whatever drivers are installed (double-check everything).
*See if the cable to the FP header is loose and/or look for any kind of issues physically on the FP header itself.
    
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Originally Posted by GanjaSMK View Post
It seems like there is interference internally or something isn't grounded properly. It is known that using the FP ports on a lot of cases (especially the Antec 900) isn't the best way to go.

A lot of the FP ports just aren't well made, they cut out easily or don't work, and often times the cabling used isn't good.

Check:

*To make sure you have everything setup right in BIOS as well as Windows and audio options for whatever drivers are installed (double-check everything).
*See if the cable to the FP header is loose and/or look for any kind of issues physically on the FP header itself.
How can i setup the right options for audio in the BIOS? I have yet to tried that out.
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How can i setup the right options for audio in the BIOS? I have yet to tried that out.
I have to run but I'll be back later. Hopefully someone else will chime in with help.
    
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Lol, misleading title, I thought you shocked your mobo *touch wood*

Imma going to say its your FP header, being the problem, if the direct output from the sound card works. I don't think there is a need to set anything in the Bios. Doesnt the Asus sound card has some software centre like the STX? I just turn the sound card to output through the FP header in my HAF-X and it worked without any Bios tweaking.
    
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