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Lost my sound when installing a new CPU Fan


I'm seeking some help as I feel I have hit a brick wall here.

I replaced my E8400 stock fan for a Cooler Master N520 and in doing so, I had to pull out everything in order take out the motherboard so I could install that fan.

Long story short, now that all has been installed, I lost the sound on my computer. I'm pretty noobish when it comes to this but I can say that my internal speaker works, which is the one that issues a bip bip when I turn the computer on.

Otherwise I installed the audio drivers for my motherboard which is the ASUS P5K/EPU and I doubled-check everything being connected to my motherboard and I'm pretty sure I haven't forgotten any wire to plug in.

That and my speaker is powered on (never know).

I've ran out of ideas, anyone can help?
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    Some boards if no front panel audio is connected need a jumper to send sound to the back, maybe your front panel audio is not connected correctly!
  2. Was exactly that. Weird, I double-checked but sometimes, you look harder when someone else tells us that should be it.

    Thx mate
  3. Best answer selected by patlav1980.
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