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I need a lay-out description of 261983-001 mobo because I don't know the connection between the mobo and the front

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You should be able to make it out from the fine print below the header pins on the board itself. Sometimes they are difficult to work out and drawing a diagram on paper helps

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http://downloadmirror.intel.com/15210/eng/D845GVSR_TechProdSpec.pdf


That is a link to the manual of the board...page 56 tells you which pin is which.....now for your case?? Well I have ran into that quite frequently.....and basically you will need to know where the wires are going to the front panel....I have had times where they were not even labeled at all and had to remove the front just to see where each wire went on the front

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Wiring info


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Headset


good am...

yes i know you want to use your headset that's why i am helping you...is your front panel audio connected to your mobo?in what connection?

thanx..

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Headset problem


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have you check the connections of your front panel jack to your mobo?does your mobo supports secondary audio?check the manual of your mobo first and then inform me later...

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