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HELP! Asus P5E3-Deluxe-WiFi AP. Sound bugged!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by KPZ, Oct 4, 2008.

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  1. KPZ

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    Hello. I recently bought Asus P5E3-Deluxe-WiFi-AP and I got an annoying sound problem. Everything I hear on the computer (songs, ingame sounds, voices on teamspeak...) is reproduced on the microphone. It's irritating, especially when I use some voice program like teamspeak or skype, because the other person speaks and hears the "echo" of his own voice, or any other sound I am listening to in my computer.
    Before someone asks, I use a headset, so the problem is the sound configuration.
    Every buddy that tried to help me with this problem have sound cards whose drivers allow the user to set the "line volume" (I guess it's how it is said in english, since I've only read this in portuguese "volume de linha"). Setting this "line volume" to no sound solves the problem for them, but my sound card's driver doesn't allow it. You can see bellow a screenshot of my volume control panel (unfortunatelly in portuguese).
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    Does anyone have any clues?
    I don't know if it helps, or even if there is any difference, but I use the frontal jacks from my cabinet (Maxxtro's Jupiter), not the jacks on the sound card itself (that are located on the cabinet's back).

    Thanks a lot and sorry for the bad english.
     
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    Well, in fact i just realized that the problem happens even if I don't use any jack. Just joining teamspeak now and the sound message "member joined" was "said" by my computer to the other members, without any microphones or speakers connected...
     
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