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Re: motherboard P4M800CE-8237 Pin connection
Hi ohfs55, case's vary & so do the wire colors. The most common wire color for positive are colored wires. Blue, Green, & red. The most common color for negative is White & or black. I wasn't able to find your manual. If you have the manual for the motherboard there will be a page that will show where the positive & negative wire's connect for each jumper to the motherboard. Without the manual I can not guide you through each connection. PW = power switch, RW =Reset switch, HD_LED = Hard drive LED ECT.
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If updates are available, you can always get them from the motherboard manufacturer's website.
Why do you think you need an update? If something goes wrong like a power cut, or computer problem, your motherboard will be scrap. Doing bios updates is very risky and should only be undertaken if absolutely neccessary.
Hi, the most common case colored wires used for negative - is white. The colors blue, red, green are usually positive +. The internal speaker though it uses a 4 pin connector only plugs onto the 2 end pins. Black is connected to negative - pin & Red is connected to + positive pin. Go to page 1-26 & zoom in. The case's connectors should be marked closely like the on-line manual. All these case LED's use 5volts DC. If you make a boo-boo (place the connector on back-wards, don't freak out). You can usually shut down the system & turn the connector 180 & re-connect it with out hurting the board. I know it’s a tight fit, so start with the power switch & test it once connected. You should be just fine.
It attaches to your choice of one of the two open and available USB sockets as I've circled in this image.
Each USB socket has two horizontal rows of pins.
A row with 5 pins. (the 5th extra pin is not used)
A row with 4 pins.
The first pin (on your left) is power, the last pin (on your right) is ground.
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