Intel Architecture Day. No, create an account now. Do you already have an account? I dont want to sift through a bunch of rules. As for the individual wires, they are all the same on every motherboard. Find the two mic ones and one of the ground connections and give it a try. That port is the analog Line-in.
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Does anybody know if anything bad can happen if I just plug the pins in and do it by trial and error and see when it works? That port is the analog Line-in.
You mentioned hardware compatability. DO NOT copy software part Maybe 9 pins now? What you have a picture of is the line-in or Aux inputs for aurio onboard sound.
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Medion dont supply much info on the system. Just look at one of the newer motherboard manuals and the pin-out should be the same. Unless you are upgrading the CPU, go for the PEs, but I think you have mentioned that you are just looking for a mobo only so I think going back to the iPE chipset is the right choice. Best case scenario is that you could isolate just the mic parts of the pins on the P and plug those in and not have the headphone jack work.
Looks like a USB header. The uses sdram. It has integrated video but also has a 4X 1. I appoligize if I offended you or the forum. It’s not going to work with the pin out front panel connectors on newer cases. Please login or register. I only want the mic port to work on the front of the case, dont really care about the headphones.
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Thanks for any help you can give, Dave. My previous case had the exact green plug that goes straight in, but the p ausio lots of single connections so I need to find the pinout of the connection to see which goes to what pin. Yes, my password is: An old OEM board? The board Del provide a link to supports any socket cpu that you probably would have purchased with your Medion.
Look forward to reply Del. The front pannel audio connection on my motherboard is the green socket in the follwoing picture: This is the mms that rocks and the only chipset that has so many great revisions. Log in or Sign up.
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I am in the USA, Ct. Since the PEs can only support Northwood Core and not the Williamettes, it’ll be pretty risky for you to purchase it since your Medion system is bought more than 2 years old which has 699 very high chance of it being a Williamette CPU.
Dec 21, 5. Can anyone suggest a board? Do you already have an account?
If you require this info, I will be happy to post it, but right now I just need to get it fixed for the kids. I have got ,si working apart from the front audio connections on the case as I cannot find which connections go to which pin on the connection on my motherboard. I am trying to BUY another one I was hoping someone would be able to help me from experience.
Danny, I thought this was a help page!!!!!!!!