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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by dandu5 View Post

What helped with mine was disabling the onboard sound in the bios.
I actually hadn't considered that. I'll give it a shot in a bit when I can finally get some time on the TV. Left my monitor at home rolleyes.gif

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Edit: Actually, I did disable the onboard at some point. I checked the bios a few minutes ago and the onboard Realtek HD is set to disabled.
Edited by Ferrari8608 - 10/11/12 at 1:21am
post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by Ferrari8608 View Post

I actually hadn't considered that. I'll give it a shot in a bit when I can finally get some time on the TV. Left my monitor at home rolleyes.gif
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Edit: Actually, I did disable the onboard at some point. I checked the bios a few minutes ago and the onboard Realtek HD is set to disabled.

have you got the opportunity to take back the card to the reseller?
Or is an old card?

I suggest taking it back - for an exchange.
post #13 of 16
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I'm really thinking it's a software issue. The sound works fine, sounds great compared to the onboard. The driver just seems to think it's unplugged, which makes it impossible for me to change any settings (like switching from rear input to my front panel for headphones or adjusting the equalizer). Call me lazy if ya want, but I hate having to get up and fumble around with wires behind my computer just to use my headphones.

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post #14 of 16
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Hey guys, after months of putting it off I have solved the problem. Turns out it was the cord all along. I swapped out the molex adapter with an unused one, and I re-secured it in place with a new zip-tie scheme. Now it seems to be working just fine.

post #15 of 16
Glad you solved it!
Several days ago, I put a new usb card in, and all the Asus would do is give me static noise.
I turned off the pc, played around when the power connection, and it worked again...
post #16 of 16
Haha cool i fixed mine with your help
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