audio lead from cd rom to motherboard

i have an audio lead to the motherboard from cd rom that splits.
1 analogue & 1 digital...i have the connectors on the motherboard...do i connect both? or just the digital connector?

  Lozzy 22:47 16 Feb 03

I would connect both so that you have the ability ot play digital and analogue

  AMD_MAN23 22:54 16 Feb 03

On the newer computers there is no need to use one of these at all.

c.b.

  Djohn 22:58 16 Feb 03

As AMD_MAN23 says, check with your M/board manual, and you may find that you do not need to use either. Your digital sound will travel through your IDE cable, as long as it is one of the 80 strand ones. J.

  woodchip 23:05 16 Feb 03

One you can then use the other for DVD

  MAJ 23:25 16 Feb 03

It doesn't even have to be 80 strand, Djohn.

  woodchip 23:32 16 Feb 03

PS if you connect both I think it will not work

  Djohn 23:47 16 Feb 03

MAJ, sorry, I must have confused myself with something else. I know that you need an 80 strand cable for something, but just what it enables, I can't for the life of me think of! :o(

  woodchip 23:48 16 Feb 03

IDE ata Hard Disc

  MAJ 23:54 16 Feb 03

I think woodchip has it Djohn, an IDE ata 100 or 133 Hard Disc. ;-)

  Djohn 00:00 17 Feb 03

Many thanks, I knew I needed to pop out and buy one for something, but is was a couple of months back, and I can't even remember what I did yesterday sometimes!

Now, what was the original question? ;o)

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