how to connect audio pins to motherboard


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    32bit home premimum
       #1

    how to connect audio pins to motherboard


    how to connect this pins in those ports
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    Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG 10 Pro 2 laptop Toshiba 7 Pro Asus P2520 7 & 10
       #2

    Hello and welcome siwa nice to see someone include the system specs for change now mate this is the manual for that board http://downloadmirror.intel.com/1511...03_English.pdf go to page 43 & 44 for info if this link does not take you straight to them.
    I have included a couple of snips anyway. Post back if there are any problems. :)
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    32bit home premimum
    Thread Starter
       #3

    i to had this kit


    send me images with arrow marks wer to connect pins its confusing
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    32bit home premimum
    Thread Starter
       #4

    example; mic in pin number, mic power pin number ,l-out l-ret pin number,r-out r-ret pin number
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    Have had a go siwa and see these links and the pic as your board pic is back to front to the Intel site one

    Front panel audio help - New Build - Systems#.


    Intel High Definition Audio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Windows 7 Pro-x64
       #6

    The old front panel connectors aren't compatible with the new HD headers. There's no longer an in/out (mic/speakers) since the "Ports" can be re-tasked depending on what's plugged into them. You'll need to remove the pins from the connectors (use an extractor) and place the pins individually on the header. Not particularly a clean install but doable if you still want to use an old case. Be sure to mark each wire. Use the pin chart in the Wiki link.
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    Hum Wiz but that board is definitely quite old https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sea...+Board+D945GCL

    and unless the OP has got another case for it and by looking at those leads it doesn't appear to be a new case there should be no difference just the pic he has sent of those pin arrangements is back to front to the site manual I posted.
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    Windows 7 Pro-x64
       #8

    I think the pins on the board are the same. It depends on the direction you're looking at the header. :) (The key is pin 8 location.) You're right that the board is old but it has the HD header. That's what I meant by "new". The case is even older and doesn't even match AC97 specs. I was looking at an audio update for that board. It appears to be one of Intel's problem child boards with many audio problems and no work-around. One problem is the retasking of ports. Noted as such by the instruction to manually configure the ports in your first snip. I wonder if the board is even compatible with Windows 7?

    To the OP - Are you trying to build this system from miscellaneous parts?

    Correction: The pins from the case are AC97. Sorry.
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    Not a problem Carwiz I have had a few of this board version and I know it really wasn't a quantum leap in tech eh LOL!!

    If you look at the board specs in that link I sent the supported Windows are mentioned uo to and stop at Vista but I suppose it doesn't mean that 7 will not go on it eh?
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