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Old 12-26-2004, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently purchased a new case,with 2 LED fans,and 6 LED lights on the front,and an LCD temp. on the front.the case can be seen here-

so I transferred everything,and my problem is with some of the LCD hook ups, there are 3 connector wires with 2 holes on each that connet to a part on the motherboard,and there are two other wires with 1 hole on each end that possibly connects to the same spot,there are 9 pins where this part is located,so when i hooked them all up nad the power gos on,the 2 LCD fans light up,but the 6 LCD on the front cover dont light up,the wires coming from all the lights are labeled "power sw" "reset sw" "h.d.d. Led" "+LED" "-Led" problem is that i dont know where these connect to,any help will do,thanks

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Old 12-27-2004, 12:47 AM   #2 (permalink)
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ok im not sure if i understand ur post but .... u plug the cables from the case to ur mobo loook at the mobo manual to find the correct pins to insert the headers on
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