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Odd front USB/Mic/Speaker connectors... HELP


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I have a Aerocool AeroEngine JR case and a ECS 865PE-A7 1.0 motherboard (ATX).

I started putting my computer together and it all was going well until I went to connect the connectors for the ports on the front of the case. I plugged the F_PANEL plugs fine but I dunno where to put the plugs from the USB (2 of em), Mic and speaker ports.

I made this little diagram in Photoshop quickly. The colorful plugs are what I have to plug in and the black/white/gold are all the pins found on the Mobo.

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Gold Dot = Pin
Black Dot = Missing Pin
Black w/ Gold line = Jumper


Can someone help and tell me where to plug these?

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Also, the DVD drive didn't come with the little cord to connect it to the Mobo. Is the sound connected thru something else or do I need to buy one of these cords?

Thanks - Kevin :tazz:

Edited by kr580, 28 July 2005 - 02:03 PM.

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What does your motherboard manual tell you to do.
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I checked last night but must have skipped this page. Anyway, here's what I found... tells me which pin goes where. But my plugs have different 'Signal Name's on them so I'm just as confused. I could guess and get most right but I'm sure I'd do some wrong. Please help. :tazz:

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Oh... and my manual tells me to plug the big plugs in (One plug with mutiple holes)... Doesn't say anything about these individual plugs.
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