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Cable connections to the Mic and Headphones inputs on the top side of the casing

Please help me with the connections of the mic and headphones inputs on the top side of the casing.
I have just replaced my Motherboard and my computer shop does not know how to connect up the cable to the appropriate inputs.
All help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanking you in advance.
Peter from Melbourne Australia

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There r mainly three pins one is ur output volume thn othr two is in rose an blue color...and ur mic and head set havin two wires one is blue an other one is in rose ...so pls connect rose pin to rose jacket an blue to blue jacket it will b workin thn ...

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