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I just purchased a Rosewill armor case to put my demension 4700 into. I need the pin configuration for the front panel plug since the one from the case is broken down into some individual plugs

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the front panel's usb ports may have broke, Unplug them to test..

Open pc and look for the wires coming from the front panel,

follow the wires and look for the one that plugs into the front usb port, and unplug it from the mother board not the front panel,

If the pc starts then!! yes a new front panel will work 100% or just keep front usb's unpluged... if not it could be the mother board,

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SOURCE: I have a Dell Dimension 4700 with M3918

That Xonar is an amazing card, as an aside are you able to do bitstream successfully to your receiver? Dolby HD and DTS HD successfully? If so I may just end up getting one of these cards :).

You should be able to do what you are looking for by just almost "breaking" that 10 pin straight line connector in half. I believe half of it is the AC97 and the other half is the HD connection, you can't really hurt anything by trying it one way or the other. Just try hooking 5 out of the 10 pins onto each row of jacks and test. You should also need to enable the FP headphone support in the Xonar software, it will look something like this screenshot here... as long as it is detecting the front panel jack correctly:

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I hope that picture shows up large enough....

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http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00906129&lc=en&cc=de&dlc=&product=3397528

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