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Old 12-27-2005, 05:11 AM   #1
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Angry Connecting Front Panel

So, the front panel audio and stuff wasn't working so i was looking at the connection and i though the connecting plug would just be one plug, so I took it out. Then i see that each wire has a connection at the end >_<. So now i don't know where each go -.-. I'm pretty sure if i put it in wrongly something bad will happen like if i put the audio-out or something into the mic-power slot it will probably like die on me o.O. I downloaded the manual but it just shows the whole thing as a one with no markings on where you should put the mic-power, audio-out, mic-in etc plugs >_< The motherboard i have is a ESC L4S5A3. I need help X( The only thing i know is that the right and left audio plugs go on the left side of the motherboard connection thing. If I put them in wrong will it die? Or can i just do trial and error? Ahhhh on closer look i found that the manual does have some numbers where to put stuff so i think i might be able to work it out but i still need help here is what i got so far from the manual

Number 3->. . . .<-----Number 10
Number 1->. . . . .<----I think number 9 but the number is blurred

(The dots are pins) The numbers correspond to a thing 1=mic input 3=mic power. I only really need the fron panel for the mic but i still want the others in just in case i needa use later. The numbers are blurred which is really annoying!!
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Old 12-27-2005, 09:52 AM   #2
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Its hard to do it without looking at pics of the mobo, look at the mobo instuctions, or post very detailed pics.
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Old 12-27-2005, 08:01 PM   #3
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I didn't think we had the manual but we did so everything done now, thanks for help ne wayz.
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