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Connection Antec Case Audio Connectors to SY-K7VME Motherboard

Antec PC Case has one connector"HDA" and Other Connector "AC'97".
SY-K7VME Motherboard has AUDIO1 connector with two installed jumpers.
How to connect correctly in this case please?

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  • terioki2003 Dec 05, 2008

    Thank You.
    Jumpers from the motherboard "AUDIO1" should be put off and "AC'97" from the case put to "AUDIO1".


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AC'97 IS YOUR SOUND/AUDIO. THE HDA IS HIGH DEFINITION AUDIO. RICHARDM69

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