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Thread: Possible defective audio jack?

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    Default Re: Possible defective audio jack?

    No but you may want to install the 32bit with 2GB of memory especially if its not with sp2 or slipstreamed. It may be better at 2gb anyway after windows update you can install the other 2GB. I don't have Vista so I don't know. It could be software related I use windows7 64bit build 7001 and xp home.
    You may still suffer a audio port issue. Did you try hooking the rear speakers to the side port and turn on 6 speakers in both windows audio scheme and Gigabyte's audio i/o yet? You may want to try that first.

    By artdrivers at 2009-07-22
    Last edited by artdrivers; 07-23-2009 at 11:48 PM.
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