wiring to Asus P4P800-VM motherboard

  robbg 09:52 14 Aug 04
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Hello Everyone.
I just need to pick your brains for a second. As there are no notes at all with the computer case, and no address either. The dealer just wants me to ring there free help line at a £1 a minute, which is a bit cheeky after buying it from them.

The Computer case contains “2 USB's” in the front panel along with a “Mic” and “Head Phone” connection

Motherboard is an "Asus P4P800-VM". The wiring set up is different on it.
Out of the case come 2 sets of 8 cables. This is first set :- ‘VCC’, ‘2-D’, ‘2+D’, ‘GND’, ‘VCC’, ‘1-D’, ‘GND’, ‘1+D’.
I presume that these somehow go to the motherboards USB56 orUSB78 connections
Please where do they go, and what numbers do they fit ?

The other set of 8 cables are numbered :- ‘L-IN’, ‘L-OUT’, ‘GND’, ‘MIC-IN’,
‘R-OUT’, ‘R-IN’, ‘MIC-IN’, ‘GND’.
I presume that these somehow go to the motherboards “FP_AUDIO1” connection.
Please again where do they go, and what numbers do they fit ?

You hear so much about wiring and boards being damaged because of wrong connections, I will just have to leave them disconnected if you can’t help me.
Regards
Robbg

  TomJerry 10:13 14 Aug 04

ASUS has all manuals on their website. click here

If you cannot figure out from there, maybe you should not DIY.

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