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CPFive
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Front Panel Audio & POST error

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HP EliteDesk 800 G2 SFF
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Instead of using the onboard sound, I installed a PCI sound card.  I then connected the front audio panel to that sound card (so I can have mic and headphone jacks working with the sound card).  All works fine.

 

My issue: I get a POST error every time I boot the computer.  The message I get is "100-Front Audio Not Connected".  I totally understand what it means: the connector for Front Audio on the Motherboard has nothing connected to it.  This is normal since I removed the cable and connected it to my discrete sound card. 

 

My question: how do I tell the computer that it is normal so the there is no more POST error related to this issue?

 

Thank you.

 

CPFive

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you can not do that.

hP  front panel is secret design and NOT A STANDARD.  "as in Proprietary design"

so fails moved to non HP  boards.  (in fact will only run on the PCs MOBO only,  or this SERIES)

 

no card told

I installed a PCI sound card.

 

so answers will be wrong or lacking cures.

 

NO warranty answers by me.
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