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post #11 of 15
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Kdog you kick ass, thank you so much dude.

But i have run into another problem. My 1394 connector has the missing pin in the wrong spot. Is it cause my mobo says 1394a and my connector only says 1394? If i just wont be able to use that plug, what wont i be able to do/use on my case?
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post #12 of 15
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Kdog you kick ass, thank you so much dude.

But i have run into another problem. My 1394 connector has the missing pin in the wrong spot. Is it cause my mobo says 1394a and my connector only says 1394? If i just wont be able to use that plug, what wont i be able to do/use on my case?
No problem! The 1394 connector is for "firewire". Unless you have any devices which you will need it for you can just leave it unhooked. Firewire is similar to USB speedwise (different cable though), I personally never use it for anything but some people use it for transferring pictures from their digital cameras and maybe some other tasks. Unless you need it specifically I wouldn't worry about it. I'm not sure about 1394 vs 1394a maybe someone who is more familiar with it could comment on that one.
post #13 of 15
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Oh ok, i have no use for firewire right now so thats fine if it isn't plugged in.

Last questions tho (that i know of at the moment), i plugged the "hd audio" connector into the front panel audio spot, but there is also the ac'97 thats connected to the hd audio and no place for it. Should i switch them? What am i not gonna be able to use with not having that one plugged in? The manual seemed like it was saying i could put either 1394, ac'97, or hd in that spot so idk which 1 to use (minus 1394 of course)
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post #14 of 15
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Plugged in just hd audio, everything is running good, thanks
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post #15 of 15
Yeah, AC'97 is the old standard. It's just there for the sake of compatibility. So you're all set and 100% good to go now!
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