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Thread: setting up case audio cable




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    can anyone show me how to connect my case audio wire to the motherboard?

    or a link would be nice.




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    I"m assuming your referring to the PC speaker.

    What kind of mobo do you have?

    Anyway look for the led pins. Where you plug in the buttons the lights and all that sort of neat stuff. You should have a cable comming from the PC speaker with a black and red wire and a 4 pin connector. You want to plug this into its designated header in this maze of pins. It can go in both ways if it doesn't work one way simply reverse it.

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    your mobo manual should be able to point you to the right place
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    i just bought a new case and the case have a front usb and audio port. can u guy show me how to plug in the cable to the motherboard for the front speaker port.

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    the manual is not helpful. it just point what which pin is what. it doesn't show me where to plug it into the motherboard.

    the case is galaxy windows alumin case

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    this front audio jack...so you mean like a speaker jack and/or micorphone jack (1/4" plug)?

    If that is the case, you may not be able to plug it into your mobo...you may have to route it form the back of your computer
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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