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Old 06-03-2009, 10:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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ok so here is my problem ...
i have the fallowing connectors on my bored
1) MIC2 L
2) GND
3) MIC2 R
4) -ACZ_DET
5)LINE2_R
6) GND
7) Faudio_JD
8) (no pin)
9) Line2_L
10) GND

and the cables from my chasis are
1)Mic_VCC
2)MicIn
3)EarR
4)EarL
5)GND
6)LineR
7)LineL

any idea how to connect this..
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what motherboard and what case do you have?
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Usually the plug can only go in one way. Like, there will be a missing pin on the header and the plug won't have a hole in that spot.
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Old 06-03-2009, 02:18 PM   #4 (permalink)
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my board is a Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3p , and my case is the MGE Quantum.
as for the plug is not one plug its actually seven separate connectors.
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The AC'97 definitions are clearer.

1 MIC
2 GND
3 MIC Power
4 NC
5 Line Out (R)
6 NC
7 NC
8 No Pin
9 Line Out (L)
10 NC

Not quite sure what the ear versus Line are on your case but this should get you close.
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well isn't this setup for HD audio? i just don't know what ear and line is and even the mic vcc which the is power one goes!!! ideas
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The next step in your manual is when case companies do not have the standard connectors to contact the manufacturer of your case. I looked at their site and it has no good info. I would email them and ask how to do it.

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