Question about Intel Motherboard
Also, depending on your motherboard, some may have option to choose front audio as ac97 or HD, it may be default set to HD, therefore when you hookup front panel audio connector thats ac97, it will not work.
Posted on Oct 16, 2007
In some boards I've seen, the front connectors are not connected by default.You may need to review the manual.
Posted on Oct 10, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your Intel DG33FB board by default was already setup for use. Your board has been configured for independent multi-streaming 5.1 audio (using the back panel audio connectors).
Your board should have come with a shielded front panel audio cable to connect front panel audio as shown on page 45, item B. The pin out for the front panel audio header is shown on page 46, table 5.
If you did not receive this cable you may need to contact Intel.
Check the Intel link included, which shows the cable needed for either AC'97 or HD cabling;
Audio standards: AC'97 and HD audio
Most motherboards will not play audio through the rear jacks when the board is connected to the front audio pins.
Intel like other manufactures do not mention this in their manuals.
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Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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