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  1. eljero New Member

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    Hello everyone, I'm a newbie with a question.
    I have a ASROCK A75 PRO4/MVP MOBO, and have installed the motherboard in a older acrylic tower and I am wanting to connect audio to the mobo.

    The pins on the motherboard are: PLED+ PLED- PWRBTN GND DUMMY RESET GND HDLED- HDLED+:

    And the tower connectors are:
    LINEOUT FL-LINEOUT RL; LINEOUT FR-LINEOUT RR, MIC POWER (L), MIC IN (R) GROUND.
    How do I connect these.
    Thanking you for any info.
     
  2. RCoon

    RCoon Gaming Moderator Staff Member

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    Fairly certain they go in the other internal connectors, usually along the bottom of the motherboard pcb, most will be labelled. look for the pin formations on the board, and how the hole are arranged on the tower leads.
     
  3. Sasqui

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    Page 32 of your manual:

     
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    You're having a text book case of RTFM.
    What you're looking at, on your motherboard are the front-panel connections, where you will plug the power on and reset buttons, power LED and HDD access LED. The label PANEL1 should be close to it.
    What you have on your hand, belonging to the tower, will go on a header that usually has a label like HD_AUDIO or FP_AUDIO.
     
  5. de.das.dude

    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    i REALLY suggest you goto someone who knows computers. look at them work, and maybe next time you wont need help :)



    this thread smells fishy.
     

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