Ok, so I'm using an old computer, and trying to get everything out of it I can; and I need a little help. I recently put in a new hard drive (through a PCI ATA controller) and because I had no available power chords (or, for that matter, any avaliable power to spare) I needed to use another power source. I have 2 even older computers so I jacked the power source out of 1 and put it in the computer I currently use. It's working great...but there's one tiny, annoying problem. You see, the power source will not work continuously; it has to be turned on in order to function (no real mystery here). THe problem is that the only way to turn it on (that I can think of) is by conencting to to a MoBo and hitting the power button. Of course, because I already have a power supply hooked up in my computer, I had to use a different MoBo. So right now I have a set of wires coming out of a hole in the side of my comp, hooked up to a different Mobo, where I can manually turn it on and off. It's working fine, but it is frustrating to have this big mess o' crap hanging off the side of my computer (I can't imagine that an unprotected Mobo hanging off some wires is a good thing). So I was wondering if anyone knew how to bypass the need of a Mobo to use the power source. Of course, I don't want it to run continuously, but rather be connected to the main computer's power switch. Can anyone help me?