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Searched the net and I couldn't find a thing on it. I have a Gigabyte motherboard with an ICH5 chipset. It has onboard Realtek ALC850 sound. I have tested this ...
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    Jack Sensing


    Searched the net and I couldn't find a thing on it.

    I have a Gigabyte motherboard with an ICH5 chipset. It has onboard Realtek ALC850 sound. I have tested this before in Linux, and it worked. But I never could get the 'Jack Sensing' to work.

    I know that there is a jack sensing thing for IBM laptops or something, but I am unsure about this.

    Is there a way to get it working? It works nicely on Windows...

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    :bumped:

    For example, with a CMI8770 sound card, I can change what the jacks should be (audio out, mic etc). It is this exact functionality that I would like with this card (the one mentioned in the other post).

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    :bump x2:

    So nobody knows?

    I couldn't be the only one with a motherboard that has this functionality...

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