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    Using front panel audio as well as onboard?

    Well i swear i was able to do this before where you use the front plugs for say skype for mic/headset and then the other onboard/sound cards for speakers. I cant seem to use the front panel seperatly from my speakers unless i use my creative sound card aswell but its still very anoying.

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    Re: Using front panel audio as well as onboard?

    If you have Realtek Sound Card when you plugin your headphone then on the right hand side of the audio control panel a icon highlights (Probably Green) you can then double click on that and choose whether you want to mute your main speakers while you have this connected or have them separate.

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