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Old 11-30-2007, 03:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Finally building. PLED problem? help XD

Hey, case came in today. Buggers charged me another 70$ COD heh. 140$ shipping lol.

Anyhow. ill make a thread postin some pics and comments on the case and stuff but first I got me a wee problem.

Its small, and stupid and I feel like a tool lol but its about the front Power LED connector. Their both Two pin connectors, and the HD Led fits fine, but on the MOBO itself, the prongs for the power LED are spread apart, thus not allowing the PLED to fit in.

Pic to help.
http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f1...e/IMG_0625.jpg

So what have I overlooked?

I wont get into the other 10000 connectors haha. First pc build is stressful, yet fun at same time.


edit OH crap that pics huge, i posted as a link. im on parents computer and it sucks so i wont bother resizing right away
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Its just the power LED, you should be able to boot up fine without it, i do it with my pc.
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cool thanks. up and running smooth ^^
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Default Re: Finally building. PLED problem? help XD

that or just put the green end in the PLED + side and try that.

nice hands. lol.
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usually the negative is just the ground. so the suggestion above should work

If not no big deal
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why thank you :laughing:

yeah plugging the green end in works great ^^ i didnt wanna go plugging things in random places and end up blowing the side off my house. jk lol
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