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Old 03-01-2008, 08:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default So, problem connecting to motherboard.

The lights and power switch in the front of my case cannot connect to my mobo. I can get one light to light up, and that is by putting it in the wrong slot. There are four slots on the motherboard where you are supposed to connect those, and five things to connect to it. Can anyone help?




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Default Re: So, problem connecting to motherboard.

You have "hard drive light", "system power light" "power switch", "reset switch".
slots on the motherboard.

The numbers are the pins on the motherboard, "x" means there is no pin.


1234x
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system power light is pin "1 positive polarity, 2 ground "
power switch is pin "3 and 4
hard drive light is pin "5 positive polarity, 6 ground"
reset switch is pin "7 and 8"
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Default Re: So, problem connecting to motherboard.

Try turning the LED connectors the other way if it doesn't work.
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Default Re: So, problem connecting to motherboard.

duh, just follow the instructions in your mobo's manual very carefully... easiest thing in the world... and if the manual is wrong... well, you have alot bigger problems than lights not turning on XD - RK
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