Question about Intel Motherboard
motherboard have different designs depending on the manufacturer and model, I highly recommend that you consult your motherboards documentation on how to locate the different connectors in the board. In case you don't have the manual, try downloading it from the manufacturer's site. The tricky work begins when you really can't find the documentation for your motherboard, as you'll have to find the connector by actually looking on the board, if you have a magnifying glass and flashlight, that would help seriously. Most manufacturers put visible markings on the the board, either words, abbrevations or symbols, audio connections are often a group of 4 connector pins, perhaps you can start looking for that, some boards have multiple grouped pins for audio connections which are designed to cater different types of audio cable connectors. Hope this helps.
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Posted on May 06, 2008
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