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Where do you connect External Speaker to motherboard

Where do you connect the internal speaker to the DG35EC motherboard. The Speaker that beeps when you push 6 or more keys at one time, the speaker that beeps in code when there is a problem.

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Hi
I am providing you with some links one has details of connecting internal speaker to the motherboard, other has complete product guide.
Following link is for complete Product Guide http://downloadmirror.intel.com/15630/eng/DG35EC_ProductGuide01_English.pdf
If you want to connect external speakers you may connect them by plugging the green connetor of the speakers to the green jack / slot which is at the rear / front end of the system. Just look of Green female slot on the system.
On the left side column, where you see Bookmarks, Select Installing and Replacing Desktop Board Components then select Connecting to the Onboard Audio Systems.
You will complete details here on this link.
Regards :)

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  • TapsCompWiz Apr 26, 2010



    Hi

    When you open the link which I have provided you, a PDF format (acrobat file) will be opened in your browser, then follow the following steps:


    On the left side column, where you see Bookmarks, Select Installing and Replacing Desktop Board Components then select Connecting to the Onboard Audio Systems.
    You will complete details here on this link.



    :)

  • TapsCompWiz Apr 26, 2010


    typo


    *You will find complete details here on this link which will help you installing this system.


    regards

  • TapsCompWiz Apr 28, 2010

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