Question Where do i connect my front panel cable?

Apr 18, 2020
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Hi all



I had an issue for a while where my front panel audio jack didn't work i did everything software related like updating the drivers but when i finally decided to open my case i noticed that the cables aren't plugged in i didn't try to mess with it because I'm scared of messing up something so I'm asking where do i connect these cables:
Spkout R,Spkout L,Mic in,Mic Bias,Return L,Return R and Gnd my motherboard is mcp6p m2+ ver 6.2 and could somebody point me to the right direction?
 
Apr 18, 2020
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Have you consulted your user manual?

It's to UI cp left on this picture, between the pink colored header and the screw hole.
My motherboard is a bit different and it's not at top left but it's next to the back audio jack port and if it is jaudiof1 i looked at the manual but I don't have the exact same cables so do i just leave the cables that don't have a slot?
 

ex_bubblehead

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Read the description on page 17:

This header allows user to connect the front audio output cable with the PC front
panel. This header allows only HD audio front panel connector; AC’97 connector
is not acceptable.
Your case only supports AC'97, therefore you cannot connect the front panel to that motherboard.
 
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Read the description on page 17:



Your case only supports AC'97, therefore you cannot connect the front panel to that motherboard.
Have you consulted your user manual?

It's to UI cp left on this picture, between the pink colored header and the screw hole.
My motherboard is a bit different and it's not at top left but it's next to the back audio jack port and if it is jaudiof1 i looked at the manual but I don't have the exact same cables would it matter then an
Read the description on page 17:



Your case only supports AC'97, therefore you cannot connect the front panel to that motherboard.
Can i somehow switch to ac 97 i noticed on my case there is a pin conector that i could pull out so can i buy ac 97 cables or am i stuck?
 
Apr 18, 2020
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No, your case is AC'97 only which is not compatible with the motherboard. No amount of messing around with it will change this. Bottom line here is either live with what you have or obtain a more up to date case.
i actually found an adapter so im gonna try and use that if it doesn't work well i will just change the motherboard
 

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