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Old 09-25-2006, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i just want to see if how to do my wiring correctly because i dont want to mess it up. so if someone can tell me where the wires go that be great.
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your motherboard manual should have the info you need. you probalby got that pic from your manual but they should have which one is which. generally the colored wire it the positive one. what motherboard do you have? btw for everyone else I did scan the pics and they are clean.
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for the PLED thing in the top left (green) do i put anything in it?
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i have a P5ND2-SLI
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If you dont have the manual goto their website and download the manual for you model motherboard.
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I really dont think you could screw anything up buy hooking them up wrong. One time I took the power switch one and just kept trying different pins until I got the right ones.
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White wires are negative, colored are positive... Reset switch might be both grey... if so then just match up the text with the rest of the wires... you'll know what I mean when you've got em plugged in.

The speaker black wire is negative I believe.
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thanks for the suggesstions everyone. ill try it again and see what happens.
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ok here is your manual. ftp://dlsvr03.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/s...i_series_b.pdf
I would reccomend perusing page 62 and 63.
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