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Front audio ports -> HELP!

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  1. ggMalkavian

    ggMalkavian Thread Starter

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    I just built my computer but I have a problem... what's wrote on my case's front USB audio wire is not what's wrote on my mobo manual. I'll try to show you how it is the best I can :
    Here's what it says in my mobo manual :
    (o = pin)
    Ground - Front panel sense - MIC_JD - N/C - LINE2_JD
    __o____________o___________o___ (no pin)__ o

    MIC2 in_L - MIC2 in_R - LINE2 out_R - Front I/O sense - LINE2 out_L
    ___o__________o_________ o_____________o_____________o

    Here's the front audio wire I have in my case :
    -GROUND
    -MIN IN
    -MIN BIAS
    -Return R
    -Return L
    -Spkout R
    -Spkout L

    If you don't understand my representation or need more infos plz just ask!

    The first person who can help me resolve this problem will earn my admiration, gratitude, etc...
     
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    ggMalkavian Thread Starter

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    BTW : My mobo is a ChainTech V915P Zenith and my case is a Diablo ATX Mid-Tower Case with 450Watt Power Supply, Front Neon Lights, Front USB and Audio Ports.
     
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    BTW : My mobo is a ChainTech V915P Zenith and my case is a Diablo ATX Mid-Tower Case with 450Watt Power Supply, Front Neon Lights, Front USB and audio Ports.
     
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