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    Default Re: Suddenly lost Right channel audio.

    Hey.
    Ye i thought to that it might be a hardware problem, i dont have an old card to try out but maybe i can borrow from a friend of mine to test this.
    Thanks for the reply, ill come back with my findings.

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    Default Re: Suddenly lost Right channel audio.

    So it seems like a hardware problem, borrowed a soundcard from a friend and it works fine now.
    Kinda wierd that the inbuilt card screws up on just one channel.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Suddenly lost Right channel audio.

    naw, not really. it was probably just one of the output components for that channel.

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    Default Re: Suddenly lost Right channel audio.

    Both of my last two motherboards have crapped out on a single audio channel. I always assumed it wasn't the chipset itself but the actual port on the motherboard since my front panel ports would work fine.

    It's so annoying that next time I purchase a motherboard I'm probably going to make a point of looking for a higher quality board.
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    Default Re: Suddenly lost Right channel audio.

    Quote Originally Posted by luciusad2004 View Post
    Both of my last two motherboards have crapped out on a single audio channel. I always assumed it wasn't the chipset itself but the actual port on the motherboard since my front panel ports would work fine.
    This is probably the case. I had to "fix" the port on my mp3 player recently and I couldn't believe how cheaply made it was. The contacts are very thin weak metal so if the plug gets wiggled much at all the contact won't spring back anymore and no longer touches the plug. I solved this by jamming a tiny piece of foam between the contacs and the side of the housing. The foam is soft emough to still get the plug in but firm enough to keep pressure on the contacts.
    Quote Originally Posted by SXRguyinMA View Post
    Now, off to the basement to do some fiddling with the rods and such.
    so far left of center i'm in right field

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