I have a GIGABYTE X570 Aorus Elite WiFi, it comes with an included AC1200 codec. When I bought it, it worked like a charm, the front panel worked perfectly. I was using Windows 10 and one day it stopped working. I didn’t pay attention to it.
Now I’m trying to use my mobo’s included audio codec buuuuut it isn’t recognized neither in Windows 10 nor by Linux. I was hoping that using Manjaro would automatically detect it. Now I’m wondering if the codec is dead and I have no idea how it happened.
I’d like to add that yes, all of the cables are plugged in correctly. The case’s front panel cables are working too, I tested them with an Asus B450-M TUF Plus Gaming.
I know it might be too much to ask for, but, could someone help me to troubleshoot this?
Thank you very much
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