AAFP Connections for P5K-E Asus Motherboard

Hello, I want to connect the front panel wires to my internal AAFP connections so that I can use a headset with Mic. I do not know how to hook up the wires. The only one I know for sure is the Ground then there is r-out and L-out and then R-Return and L-Return and mic out and one other one. If someone has a diagram or how to do this it would be helpful. I have the manual but so far it has not helped me
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  1. It's in your manual for sure, usually it's called front panel audio or the likes. Look deeper, it's in there somewhere :)
  2. does the case have unified connectors or are they all seperate
  3. number13 said:
    does the case have unified connectors or are they all seperate

    They are all separate
  4. jack_attack said:
    It's in your manual for sure, usually it's called front panel audio or the likes. Look deeper, it's in there somewhere :)

    It is listing in the manual but it does not really help me on all of them. Like I originally posted I can confirm the ground connection and the R&L return connections also the R&L Out but I Have 2 other wires to connect One is Mic out and right now I forget the name of the other one I tried to guess but now sound came out of the headset and my windows did not acknowledge it when I booted up, therefore I am assuming I have it connected wrong. Instead of playing around for a few hours I though maybe I could get some expert advise here instead. Looking for a quick way out I guess
  5. the jumpers on the Audio header are connected to audio out/return, all you need to do is get it connected correctly, but like jack_attack said it should be in your manual
  6. But, did you REALLY read the manual? If you're using older hardware, you might need to switch your BIOS to LEGACY/AC97. Might solve your issue, did mine.
  7. I will work on it today using the manual as I did before, maybe I am missing something and will let you know how I make out
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