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Intel DG43NB Audio connectors

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I have a new Intel DG43  board and Cannot figure out how to hook-up and use the onboard Hi-def audio connectors. Items 10 and 11 on the documentation... Older motherboards have details where you can hook up the front panel...
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You didn't give the model # for your motherboard, so I simply looked up the Intel DG43NB, which should be similar (and I suspect has the same connections).

The DG43NB has a standard front panel audio header which supports both HD Audio and AC '97 connections, as do most boards these days. The detailed pinouts are shown on page 47 (Tables 19 & 20), but you shouldn't need these, as it's a standard connector.  [http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/dg43nb/sb/e41953001us.pdf ]

What model # is your motherboard? ... and what case are you using? Does th case have front panel audio connections with a dual-connect cable (one with both HD and AC'97 connectors)?
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