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The front panel audio pins on my mother board read port1L--> (1)(2) <--Ground port1R--> (3)(4) <-presence# port2R--> (5)(6) <-Sense1_Ret Sense_Send(7)( ) <-key (no pin) port2l--> (9)(10)<-sense2_Ret the numbers represent pins and there labels my problem is the wires comming off my case read ground, spkout R, return R, spkout L, return L, mic in, mic bias Not only dose it seem to be missing 2 wires i have no idea what wire gos where, can i make it work? Do i need to get a new one? If i do where can i get one?

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  • isaac_4211 Aug 22, 2010

    i have the manual i that was not my question i want to know where i can get a new front panel audio jack for my hd audio or if i can make the one i decribed work

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Some cases have individual pins marked for the audio on a motherboard but many have a single block connector that usually has one pin blocked. That pin is to ensure it is only plugged in one way (the correct way)

It is not uncommon to have unused pins
Quite often there may be more than one GROUND and only one is needed so the others are quite often redundant or on some plugs just have a loop into that ground.

Yours uses PLUG E near the shorter PCI-E connector

Pin 8 is the BLANK pin I refer to above so if your front panel has that blanked or empty then that is the orientation

Not all pins are always used so you should still be able to connect just fine so long as only the one pin is missing as that is deliberate.

It is mentioned in the manual available here on page 50
http://downloadmirror.intel.com/18129/eng/DP55KG_ProductGuide03_English.pdf

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You can look and download the manual here http://downloadmirror.intel.com/18129/eng/DP55KG_ProductGuide03_English.pdf
it will give you a diagram of the pin outs

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__
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x 



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