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The power led and reset was both on

Thats is my problem they cant open,

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We have to open the system unit where the motherboard is located, but first pull off the power of your computer so that there will be no ground.

Removed the cover, before touching any part inside the system unit (motherboard) touch first the casing or chas-is of the system unit to removed the static in our body.

Let us first remove the reset wire usually the color is red and black it has a name reset at the connection pin at the mother board usually found at the bottom of the mother board, or follow the reset botton wire found infront of your system unit.

After you have removed, try to plug the power of your computer and turn it on. We can open our computer if the reset connection is off.

That will be the first step to know the cause of the problem. Try also to clean the motherboard using vacuum cleaner the portable only or clean paint brush, cause some of those problem due to dust.

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I have an Asus P5VD2-VM SE motherBoard But Cant find The Leds And Switch Connectors


Hello,

The Front Panel connector is in the lower right corner if you view the MB with the CPU at the top. There are 4 pins on top of the connector and 5 on the bottom. It should be labeled F_PANEL. The connections are:

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Top Row first: Power LED +
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The pdf manual will not allow me to copy and paste info so I will lead you to the manual so you will have it to help solve this problem and perhaps future ones.

Go to this site:

http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

In the upper left it has a search box that says "Input Model to Search".
Type in your model number. Click on Search Info.

A verification page will come up. Click on the model number link. You will then get a small window to select your operating system. Do so. Click Search.

You will get a list of available downloads with Manual at the bottom. Click the little + next to Manual. Scroll down to the appropriate language manual. (I assume English. It is the next to last one listed.)

Click on Global (DLM) or Global or China. A download window will open. Select SAVE. Choose the folder to save it to. (My Documents will do.)

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The front panel connector pinout is on page 1-35.

If you have problems, use the Comment button to reply.

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the pin arrangement is 4 pins and pins.
From left top row (4 pins) first 2 are power led, next 2 are power switch, next 1 is empty
from left bottom row ( 5 pins ) first 2 are hdd, next 2 are reset, next 1 is empty.
The connectors for the power led and the hdd produce a light, if they don't produce a light, power off your pc and switch the cables round the other way and power on again.

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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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The power led and reset led was both on


There is a line connection on power led that has a negative and positive maybe it inter change. Or there is an inter-change connection between your power led and reset led in *********** board.

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