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Where do i connect my audio connector from my cdrom to the motherboard? audio in has a jumper jack and cdin has a funny looking jumper jack with a funny looking bulb on it.

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There's at least one connector that matches the one coming from the CD drive - analog (3 or 4 pins) or digital (an integrated connector). If you have the book for your motherboard, look in the pin diagram.

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