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Internal audio-in jack

I have added a TV/FM card to my Gateway GT5228 and need to plug in an audio cable from the TV/FM card to the motherboard. Where is the audio-in plug on the motherboard? Thanks for your help.

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Re: internal audio-in jack

Ok her is solution for ur problem.. download ur motherboard manual from net ..its free for all.. then watch out care fully that how can u plug in .... be care fulman.. a wrong connection also can damage u r hardwares & motherboard... best regards & best of luck.. mail add-

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For every tv tuner card there is line out socket, use two sided phone plug one side of it connect it to the the audio out off tv tuner and another to the Line in socket of your PC,then go the volume properties increase the line in volume. It deffinately solves your problem.If you have any problem regarding this issue leave a feedback,we will glad to assist you

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Have a nice day
good luck

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