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Old 11-21-2010, 03:28 PM   #1
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Ok so I have had this computer for years and ever since I changed my first motherboard, my front panel isn't connected due to multiple reasons(my lazyness, idiotic letters on the connectors etc.) so now I feel like its time I do it but I don't have a clue how!

I have attached a pic of my case connectors and instructions from my mobos manual cause I can't figure it out

So if anyone can help me out with these retarded case connectors I would be more than grateful

Oh and, I got VIA, not realtek
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wow a puzzle..what case?

is that diagram from the motherboard?

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Old 11-21-2010, 03:38 PM   #3
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its a... don't laugh.. ModeCom Step207

the pic is from the mobo manual and all is correct, thought it'd be better I attach a pic from there than take a pic of my mobo which would look messy

I seriously don't know what to connect where, I figured out the first GND and MIC IN but the rest make no sense
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Old 11-22-2010, 10:11 AM   #4
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OUT2-R and OUT2-L are the headphone output. Stereo audio, left & right. OUT2-R and OUT2-L are the + pins, OUT-RET is the -. Unfortunately in your situation, without modifications, your case wiring won't work.
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Old 11-23-2010, 08:48 PM   #6
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Hey Niram,

What does the other side of the f_panel look like??? Where the wires connect to the jacks...
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I don't know, I can't see it and I would have to remove the whole front cover to see but I cba to do it right now, maybe later, I just woke up
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I am about to go to sleep. Get that info to me and I will let you know what is possible.

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yah I found the connectors but doesn't matter, the GND black wire got ripped off during the discovery, I guess I'll have to live without the front panel audio and mic
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Don't give up on it... nothing a little solder won't cure!!!!

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