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To fix front usb and audio to the mother board

The pins on the mother board have nothing writen on them how am i spose to work out wich 1 goes where

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Consult the user manual for the motherboard. It should have a layout diagram showing all connections. Or go online to manufacturer's website and download the user manual there. Also, using a bright light and magnifier you may be able to read the small print on the motherboard by the connectors.

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You can download the manual from the manufactures web site. The pin lay out will be in there. Most motherboards support the 10-1 AC97 but some have support digital output so make sure to follow your manufactures diagram.

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