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Re: the power led and reset was both on

Yeah i did not touch anything,

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Can you still open or start your computer? Even if the power led and reset are all on?

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Front panel connections


I don't find the Front Panel header pinout online, nor do I have an MSI MS-5191 in the shop.

I would suggest using one the LED lights with two wires.
(3-wire is a dual color LED)

There are two rows of pins. Usually the Power On switch, Power On LED, and Speaker; are on the same row.
HarDDrive activity LED, and Reset Switch are on the opposite row.

Speaker has 4-pins designated for it. All the others use 2-pins.
(Unless the PWR ON LED is a dual color jobbie)

Touch two pins next to each other, in the same row; with the 2-wire LED.
Start with finding the Power On switch first.

Usually the top row 1st two pins are Power On LED (Light)
Next in line are the 2 pins for the Power On switch.
Bottom row 1st two pins are usually HarDDrive activity LED (light)
Next 2-pins are usually Reset switch.

May not apply to a motherboard old enough to use a Socket 7 processor socket.
There may be 18 to 20-pins.
Bear in mind that many are not used, and probably 4 are for an internal speaker, for hearing BIOS Beep Codes.
May be two separate Front Panel headers.

Once you find the two contact pins in the Front Panel header, for the Power On switch; I would put the Power On switch wires on.
The small pin connector on the wire/s, will keep you from accidentally touching these two pins again, when the computer is on.

Now you have the two pins for the Power On switch, and the computer is running; then keep touching 2-pins at a time with the LED. (Light Emitting Diode)

LED stays on? You have the Power On LED (Light) pins.
LED blinks? HarDDrive activity LED (light) pins.
Computer restarts? Reset switch pins.

Look for abbreviations near the pins in the Front panel header.

PWR, Pwr, Pwr On, Sw, and SW; are just some of the abbreviations for the Power On switch.

HDD LED, and HDD are two for the HarDDrive activity LED. (Light)
(If it states HDD SW it is the Power On switch. Weird old way of marking)

RST, Reset, and RSW, are for the Reset Switch.
(Reset Button)

If you see 4 pins marked with a bracket ( [ -> Turn so it's horizontal), these are for the internal speaker.

Type MSI front panel connector in your search bar, and look at -> images. See if you can find an image of your MSI Front Panel header pinout.

You can bet MSI carried out that Front Panel header pinout, on other MSI motherboards, besides the MS-5191.

The MSI MS-5191 may have been a motherboard made by MSI, especially for a pre-built computer manufacturer, and not listed on their website as an OEM motherboard.
(Original Equipment Manufacturer)

Won't have the Front Panel header pinout, listed on MSI's support website. (Doesn't)
But you can bet there IS an OEM motherboard made by MSI, that the Front Panel header DOES match.

May be different expansion slots, or motherboard chipset, or whatever; but the same Front Panel header pinout.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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Wire diagram


The front of your computer is the Front Panel.
The area of contact pins on the motherboard, that the wires from the Front Panel go to, is the Front Panel header.

Specifically we are talking about the Reset switch, Power On switch, HarDDrive activity LED light, and Power On LED light.
Speaker pins for an onboard speaker< (BIOS Beep Codes), may be also included in this header.

What you need is a Front Panel header pinout.

I'm looking at the motherboard now,

http://www.motherboards.org/imageview.html?i=/images/mobot/motherboards/6335.jpg

The silkscreen print next to the Front panel header, is fuzzy. Probably is on your motherboard also.

[Motherboard installed in computer case, the Front panel header is at the Bottom/Right corner. Just wanted you to know, I KNOW.

The photo has the motherboard turned 90 degrees to the Right.
PANEL is silkscreened to the Right of the Front Panel header ]

Looking at the motherboard installed in the computer case, the Front Panel header is two rows of pins.

The pins have a white rectangle silkscreened around them. To the left of these two rows of 10 pins, is another small rectangle in white.
These are for IrDA,
(6 pins. Two rows of 3 pins)

http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/I/IrDA.html

Suggest leave them alone.

There are 20 pins. Two rows of 10 pins for the Front panel header.
Willing to bet Pin 1 is the pin to the upper Left corner.
Pin 20 is the pin at the bottom Right corner.

Coming from the Left side, across the Top row;
Pins 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, and 19.

Coming from the Left side, across the Bottom row;
Pins 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 20.

It looks as though this is just the old Front Panel header setup, used for a lot of old motherboards.

For example, I can just about make out the pins for the HDD activity LED light.
Bottom row, come from the Left side.

The first three pins, which are pins 2, 4, and 6, are for the Keylock.
DO not connect any wires to them!
The next two pins, 8 and 10 are for the HarDDRive activity LED.

Top row; Pins 5 and 7 look like they are for the Power On LED.

HOWEVER, let's use deductive reasoning based on intelligent thought.
Or in otherwords, 'Wing it'.

All you have to do, is get one of those LED lights that have two wires.
This will be your test unit.

Go across the Top row. Touch TWO pins at a time. For example Pins 1 and 3. No power? Touch pins 5 and 7. No power?
(Shouldn't be)

Touch pins 9 and 11, and so on. Keep going across the Top row.
No good? Go across the bottom row, BUT SKIP pins 2 and 4.

What will happen? When you finally touch, the two pins for the Power On switch, the LED light will light up, and the Power Supply will turn on.

With the Power Supply on you can go back, and see which two pins keep the test LED light ON. These pins will be for the Power On LED.

Test LED light blinks? You are touching the pins for the HarDDrive activity LED.

Windows is running, and you touch two pins, and Windows restarts?
You have the pins for the Reset switch.

Speaker pins will be FOUR pins in a row, and by finding the rest of the pins, you will know which ones these are.

BY using the LED light you will harm NOTHING. In fact you could use a jumper wire. If you touch the wrong pins, NOTHING will happen. If you touch the two pins for the Power On switch, the Power Supply will come on.

Shock Hazard:
The VOLTAGE is 5 Volt DC.
In comparison two D cell flashlight batteries store 3 Volts DC.

In otherwords; NONE.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
It may be hard for you to navigate around this website, but would appreciate hearing back from you.

Perhaps you can post a Front Panel header pinout, for this motherboard, and be somebodies hero.

Just a thought.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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Reset sw, power sw, and hdd led where do i put them on the motherboard


hello, your front panel connectors like reset sw, power sw, hdd led, you can search easily. a use of screw driver touch all front panel connectors, if any response of connectors connect it.

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Touch pad always lit up...


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Re: the power led and reset was both on


Have you open your system unit where your motherboard is? Or you did not touch anything it just happen that.

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Htc touch


HI,
Its time to take it in for service. Touch screen needs to checked. There is nothing much you can do apart from what you have done on your own. It requires special tools to open.
I suspect the Touch screen has to be recalibrated.

Thanks
Mandeep

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