Audio is not working as front panel audio cable is not connected. Help with conn
Hello, I had recently replaced my asrock conroe mobo with a generic one, (millenium 945). After installing all the drivers, there was still no sound. I found that the problem was that the front audio panel cables were not connected. the port on the mobo was a 14 pin block, whereas my older mobo had a 10 pin block. How do i fit the cables? the cables are labelled: Line out FL Line out RL
Mic in R Gnd
Mic Power (L)
Line out FR Line out RR
Any help would be appreciated, Thanks
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Here's the pic of the motherboard and the audio jack?
Hope it's of some use..
Thanks for the pics.
I found this text over at wiki.freekgeek.org .... "The front panel audio usually comes in either a 10-pin or a 14-pin Connection. Either way, most of them are hooked up the same way. If there is no front panel audio on the chassis, There must be jumpers between 5 and 6, and 9 and 10, or the back audio may not work."
So knowing that, I would connect the panel in the configuration I mentioned earlier. It should work fine.
so basically ignore the rest of the pins and it should work? and the way the cables are clubbed to gether is not a problem?
2. If you follow the config I mentioned, then no... Mic in and GRD will go on pin 1 and 2, Mic power on pin 3 etc...
kk thnanks! this forum is faster thn most otheres.. thanks again Lokal Hero
No problem, happy to help. Don't forget to rate the best answer