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Assuming you are speaking of the front MIC jack (not from the sound card itself if installed) and you are using the on-board audio, check to make sure that the mobo connector and/or the jack connectors are not loose. Mobo connector is easy to test (bottom-left most connector on the mobo). The jack connector may require you to gain access by disassembling the front panel though. Just plug your mic in, speak while wiggling the connector around. If this does not solve the problem, you "may" have a bad connector or a bad "front panel" board.

Also, on page 2-34 of the mobo manual, it has whatever setting you can make. It's a BIOS setting.

If you use a USB headset, does the MIC portion work?

its not a usb plug and the problem is, neither the front mix slot or rear mic slot work. it detects the mic plugged in, but it wont allow it to work.
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its not a usb plug and the problem is, neither the front mix slot or rear mic slot work. it detects the mic plugged in, but it wont allow it to work.
Check the BIOS then... That's the only thought I have. Maybe someone else has other alternatives to look into.

Except.... blow some compressed air into the MIC jack. It may not be making a good connection because of some dust or something. I also believe that detecting the MIC and processing the sound" itself are two differnt things all together. You already proved that the MIC itself works and the computer is at least detecting it.

Hmmm... also check the sound card panel control and make sure you do not have the MIC inadvertently on mute. I did that once... almost forgot.
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its not a usb plug and the problem is, neither the front mix slot or rear mic slot work. it detects the mic plugged in, but it wont allow it to work.
remove the front sound connector from the motherboard and plug the mic in the back motherboard mic connector and try it
    
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its not a usb plug and the problem is, neither the front mix slot or rear mic slot work. it detects the mic plugged in, but it wont allow it to work.
goto: control pannel - sound - recording tab - microphone properties - levels and set mic volume see pic below

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Hello! I have just ordered AMD Phenom II X6 1100T and ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme for my first build. I am looking to get some ram and wanted to find something that is known to work. I am curious if the 4GB (2x2GB) Corsair Dominator GT DDR3 2133 is a good start for me... I was wanting 2x4gb but I honestly don't know if its better to go with 4gb or 8gb?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145316
4gb is better if you plan to do extreme overclocking
Look at these G.SKILL F3-17066CL9D-8GBFLS 4GB ( 2x 2GB )
    
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well this will be my first build and my first attempts at any overclocking. I intend to play with overclocking but I dont know how far I will get into it lol. I do want to play high end games and do video editing as well, so what do you think would be the best route to go? Appreciate the advise.
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well this will be my first build and my first attempts at any overclocking. I intend to play with overclocking but I dont know how far I will get into it lol. I do want to play high end games and do video editing as well, so what do you think would be the best route to go? Appreciate the advise.
If you're primarily gaming, you'll be fine with 4 GB. If you don't care about overclocking either way, stepping up to 8 GB won't be terribly expensive, since you could get cheaper, albeit slower, kits.
    
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well this will be my first build and my first attempts at any overclocking. I intend to play with overclocking but I dont know how far I will get into it lol. I do want to play high end games and do video editing as well, so what do you think would be the best route to go? Appreciate the advise.
asus formula motherboard + 1090T CPU+ memory from the QVL + 6000 series ATI video card(s) + ssd's in raid 0

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131644
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103849
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231371
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814150507
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820233154
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asus formula motherboard + 1090T CPU+ memory from the QVL + 6000 series ATI video card(s) + ssd's in raid 0
besides the 1090t thats ME!!!!

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asus formula motherboard + 1090T CPU+ memory from the QVL + 6000 series ATI video card(s) + ssd's in raid 0
Ive already ordered the extreme and the 1100T CPU... I have 2x 6970 cards in the newegg cart as well as ssd ready to order, just trying to figure out the best ram choice
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