A soundcard would bypass any audio from the on board sound. But the OP doesn't have a soundcardWhats the difference between the rear audio ports and the case ones?
Just when my PC came I had a sound card (i dont use it) but I had instructions from PCS to plug any external audio devices into soundcard ports and not the motherboard audio ports or I would get no sound.
Ok, you need to just answer the questions directly if possible.just some logitech z200 i got from argos, nothing special but will do the job until i can get something more better
they work find in the top port just not the rear ones, so i no they work
And they're turned on and turned up? Have you checked the windows volume as that will reset depending on what device you have plugged in.i have tried a normal set of headphones and nothing happens
i have plug it into every port, but at the moment, the speakers are in the audio/line out which is the "green" coloured port
Is the headset USB as that has it's own on board soundcard which is why it has it's own selection.I have this option available but I need to select the other option for speakers which is the make of my speakers/audio box or my headset make (razer)
To be certain though, can you right click on the audio in the bottom right of the task bar and select "sounds" and take a screenshot of the Playback window?Is the headset USB as that has it's own on board soundcard which is why it has it's own selection.
These are analogue so wouldn't have their own selection.