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Old Nov 22, 2003, 03:23 PM
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Default Motherboard Label Matchup (Easy?)

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Hello all once again. I'm putting together another computer and this time i've come to a new problem. My Case Headphone/Mic/USB Jacks' labels do not matchup to my Motherboard Accepters Labels. Here is the labels, if anyone could help me match them up that would be great.

Motherboard Labels for Mic/Headphone Jack

Pin # Label

1 Mic In
2 GND
3 VCCM
4 +5V Audio
5 LineOut R
6 LineOut R
7 NC
8 Empty
9 LineOut L
10 LineOut L

ATX Case label for Front of the Case ports

Ear GND - 1 pin
Ear L - 1 pin
Ear R - 1 pin
Mic Data - 1 pin
Mic GND - 1 pn


And the USB Mother Board Labels

Pin # Label Function (as noted in Manual)

1 VReg_FP_USBPWR0 Front Panel USB Power
2 VREG_FP_USBPWR0 Front Panel USB Power
3 USB_FP_P0 - USB Port 0 Negative Signal
4 USB_FP_P1 - USB Port 1 Negative Signal
5 USB_FP_P0 - USB Port 0 Negative Signal
6 USB_FP_P1 - USB Port 1 Negative Signal
7 GND Ground
8 GND Ground
9 Key No Pin
10 USB_FP_OC0 Overcurrent Signal

And the USB Case Front Panel USB Connector Labels

Data -1
Data +2
Data -2
Data +2
Shield
GND 1
GND 2
VCC -1
VCC -2

I have kind of matched the following together

Ear Phone and Mic Jacks

Mic In - Mic Data
GND - Mic GRND
Line out R - Ear R
Line out L - Ear L


but i dont know why there is two ports for line out, and each ear r and ear l is only 1 pin.... and i cant figure out which the Ear GND Matches to.

And for USB I Think i figured a few out as well...

Well since USB_FP_P0 - and USB_P1 - both take up 2 pins i figure they match to the Data -1 Data +1 and Data -2 and Data +2

But i dont know the orders they would go in?

and I figure GND 1 and GND 2 are pretty common sense

and as for Sheild and VCC i have no idea.

If anyone knows the answers and they could help me match them up that would be GREAT... and ASAP too if possible, thanks a lot...


LiNkZ






And another question is, while hooking up my internal speakers, power LEDs and HDD leds, i did not have a motherboard port for my Power LED, but it did take my Reset Switch, and Power Switch and HDD LED, does it matter if the Power LED is in?
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Old Nov 22, 2003, 06:54 PM
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Old Nov 22, 2003, 08:15 PM
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Common someone has to know... i need this by sunday 2 pm.... pleeeeeaassee
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