I have an old PC desktop case, about from the ddr1 / single core k7 era.
I've modernized it into a much newer desktop machine (centralized around an MSI 970A motherboard, if it matters).
Everything goes well, with a single exception: there are some connectors in the case, which can't be plugged into anywhere on the motherboard. The common hddled, powerled, reset and powersw pins have their place, but these on the images haven't.
Here are the pictures for the not working connectors. They are:
- An analog sound input and output
- And two usb connectors (on the motherboard, there are only like this)
I think, maybe some type of converter could (should) exist which makes it possible to plug these connectors into the mainboard. What is it?
P.s. I am asking not for product, I am asking for a name of the needed devices, or for a solution for the problem.
P.s.2. The trivial "Buy a new case for $5" is not an acceptable answer.
P.s.3. "There are probably no converters for this" is an acceptable answer.
P.s.4. Reacting the comments about the bad image quality: I tried to fix the first image, and substituted the other two with analogous images from the net. I hope it is now acceptable, if not I am ready to make it yet better. Unfortunately, I don't have physical access to the named machine any more, so I can't make better photos.