Hello. You are going to have to go to the web site of the company that made your main board. look on your main board for the manufacture. take notes of the model number. go to support, and you will be able to download a manual on the mainboard. it will show you where everything plugs in. good luck !
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"The front panel audio header on an Intel® Desktop Board lets you connect to a front panel audio module built into a system chassis. This document describes the header pin-out configuration for connecting a chassis with Intel® High Definition Audio (HD Audio) or AC'97 audio. Note
HD Audio headers are pin-compatible with AC'97 chassis and connectors.
The external microphone input is most likely dirty and causing the internal microphone connection to be disconnected. The mic socket is at the front edge next to the headphone socket. try cleanig with a vacuum cleaner first to clear any dust and fluff. Then use a cotton bud and cleanig fluid e.g. WD40 or contact cleaner, or CD cleaning fluid.
Open up your case.
You should see cables running from the front panel to the motherboard. On the motherboard you will see a multi-pin connector. What is your exact ASUS motherboard model? Here's a generic ASUS one. You will see this on the motherboard where the front panel connects to the board. A bunch of pins will terminate here.
Notice the pin labelled MIC. You will see GND etched on the motherboard. Use this to orient yourself. The Mic one is just below the GND pin. Connect it here. Notice the entire top row is devoted to FP_Audio or Front panel Audio. There are other places to connect it (e.g., if you just want stereo sound, there's a left and right FP_R and FP_L).
Move the mic connector over to the Mic pin if there is one. If not, you can get a cable at your local computer supply shop. As you can tell from the others, they are very basic wires with simple terminals.
If you have a front panel, the sockets are usually marked. The Mic socket should have a symbol representing an old fashioned desktop microphone. Perhaps the easiest to recognise is the headphone socket.
Line out will, usually, work fine from the headphone socket but, depending on what you want it for, may need some amplification. Similarly, line in will usually be happy in the Mic socket.
If there are no markings, trial and error will not do any damage. Start with the line out which will not be powered and play some Windows(R) sounds.
The front 3mm ports are for mic input / headphones output. The pin connectors are as follows. You need to use the JAudio header, which are in the lower-right corner of the motherboard closest to the front of the case when it's installed.
This header has 14 pins, and allows user to connect the front audio out put cable with the PC front panel. It will disable the output on back panel audio connectors. Within this header, pin 1 is in the lower left corner, and pin 14 is in the upper right corner, like this:
2 ... ... ... 14 1 ... .. ... 13
The pinouts are:
1 Mic in/center 2 Ground 3 Mic power/Bass 4 Audio power 5 Right line out/Speaker out Right 6 Right line out/Speaker out Right 7 Reserved 8 Key 9 Left line out/Speaker out Left 10 Left line out/Speaker out Left 11 Right line in/Rear speaker Right 12 Right line in/Rear speaker Right 13 Left line in/Rear speaker Left 14 Left line in/Rear speaker Left
If your tv's front panel isn't working at all and the remote isn't either, then there is a simple fix. The only thing is that you will only be able to control your tv with the remote only. You can disconnect pin 4 at the connector of P001B on the front control panel circuit board. That will disconnect all the tack switches but allow the use of remote. First take your tv rear case off (there is 3 small torx head screws on the rear input/output panel, remove these first. Then there is two torx head screws on the left, top, and right side of the case facing rearward and connecting the black rear portion to the front silver portion). Once the rear case is off, there will be the front control panel circuit board attached in the front of the tv that needs to be unscrewed. Once unscrewed you can see all the connections labeled with eithers words or numbers. On the P001B connector on the front panel circuit board, there will be a 1 on one side and a 5 on the other. The pin 4 is naturally directly to the left of the 5 pin. There will be a bundle of wires leading from the front control panel to the main board of the tv which is on the bottom of the tv. Disconnect this from the main board. Then follow the #4 pin wire all the way from the front panel circuit board, to the connector end that you disconnected (This will be easy b/c they are in a flat bundle side by side). Then just completely remove only the #4 pin connector wire from the connector end. Wrap the end in electrical tape, plug the connector end back into the main board, and put the tv back together and it should work fine with the remote only (the front panel buttons will no longer work).