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I just buy new motherboard and How connect HDD,Power,Reset Cables I need the Picture of Pent III

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Every mb has different pins setup, try to read on mother board, every thing must be shown on it.

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I need to know where to plug in my power cables on the mother board i have 5 cables that need plugged in One is RESET SW, POWER SW, HDD LED, + P LED, and - P LED can you possibly give me a picture pointing...


Can you go to the MSI website and download the manual, looking at your motherboard usually it can be found at the bottom of the motherboard, usually the right side, also you should see small abbreviations of the connection relative to the pins they are associated to. If you need more help just ask. Thanks Rick.

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Please I need a picture or pictures of how you connect the cables from the cabinet in this motherboard GA-G31M-ES2L. the office that I'm trying to enjoy the positive it has entered a msg on the board and...


> HDD LED == hard-disk drive Light Emitting Diode (a "lamp" that lights-up when you are reading/writing files to/from your disk-drive)

> RST SW == the (optional) "reset" switch/button on the face-plate

> SPK == the internal PC loudspeaker

> PW SW == the power on/off switch/button on the face-plate

First, connect the "PWR SW", so that the ON/OFF button works.
It's much less important that the other wires be connected.
For example, if you never press the RESET button on the face-plate, you don't need to connect that button to the motherboard.

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Just bought a new tower case and cannot figure out where to plug in the power switch, reset switch, power LED and HDD LED wires.


With reference of your motherboard posted picture, opposite pci slot you will find a ten pin male slot where you can place your hdd, power, reset jack connection of your cabinet

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Installing new hard drive and monitor says


Turn the computer off.
Disconnect all the disk-drives, both "data" and "power" cables.
Disconnect the CD/DVD drives, both "data" and "power" cables.
Disconnect the 3.5" diskette drive, both "data" and "power" cables.

Turn the computer on.
Better? Worse?

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PC Chips M756LMRT+ PII/III/Celeron Slot1/Skt370 mATX MB Motherboard, put this into new tower and having trouble with connecting the PW SW,HDD LED, PW LED and Reset SW back to board in the correct position...


I have the same problem! The PW SW, and Reset SW can go either way round. The LED leads do need to be correctly placed. If there has been any doubt in the past I have tried each way until one way works - this has never caused me any problems. One tip is that usually the marking on the connectors all face the same way.

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Push the on button and nothing happens


I believe you are using a new power supply now.
Before you start, first check if your Power button is OK.

To do this, first unplug the power cord from your PC.

Remove POWER-Button connector (with black/white or blue/white wires) from you Motherboard
Remove RESET-Button connector (with black/white or blue/white wires) and put it on the place of POWER-Button. (polarity for these buttons is not important)
Plug the power cord back and press RESET.
Does it change things ?
If it starts, then your Power-Button is broken.

If not, remove the power cord and then put te POWER-Button and RESET-Button on their places on the Motherboard.

Now do the following:
(please remember the position and polarity of all cables/items you remove/unplug, Use Digital camera if necessary). Be patient, don't hurry!
- Unplug the power cord.
- Press power button few times (power cord is unplugged).
- Remove the Battery.
- Unplug the Monitor cable and remove VGA card.
- Remove RAM module(s).
- REMOVE any PCI cards(Modem. Lan, Audio etc.).
- Unplug any HDD/FDD/DVD cables from the Motherboard.
- Unplug Power from all your HDD/FDD/DVD devices.

Now:

- Put the batery back (be careful to the polarity)
- Put the Computer power cord
- Turn on your PC.

Is the Processor Cooler running ?
Are there Beeps from PC Speaker?

If not, then your Motherboard is broken !

If there are some beeps, then your Motherboard is OK, but some component(s) is broken.
Turn Off your PC by pressing the Power button for about 4 sec.
Unplug the power cord and press Power button few times.
Put your VGA back, and connect the monitor cable, too.
Put back ONLY ONE memory module (if there are more).
Connect the Power cord and press Power button.

Do you have a picture now ?
Are there Beeps from PC Speaker?

If you have a picture, put back all other memory modules and PCI cards, connect Data and Power cables to your HDD/FDD/DVD units, but ONE at TIME.
Do not connect and put everything back all at once!
After each change, see if there is a Pcture and (one) beep.
It needs some time but that's how you will detect which device/cable is maybe broken!
And remember:
Before you do any change, AALLWAYS do that with power cord unplugged and power button few times pressed !!!
If there are Beeps, try another memory module.

Again if there are still beeps, you have problem either with your RAM or VGA.
If there are infinite long beeps, than it is your RAM.
If there is one long and many (8) short beeps, then it is your VGA

Replace it!

Regards.

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Getting error beeps-1-8-2-1 and I need diag. chart info


Try removing all connections to M/board except for Video card and memory and boot if computer boots with no beeps try fitting others one at a time until beeps happen that is faulty unit
if will not boot without beeps try different memory
Also check cables into hard drive are fitted correctly
stripe goes nearest 4 pin power plug on H/D CD DVD and floppy

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How to connect power led ,HDD,Reset,power SW cables in hp motherboard s/n 383620-001


check your motherboard manual if you do not have it go to www.support.hp.com and look for manuals based on the model. this should give you detailed instructions as to which pins you plug those cables into. usually they are located towards the bottom of the motherboard to the right of your PCI Expansion slots

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Need to connect Mercury PVM900M motherboard cables


my name is Allan kaitila from Tanzania
I bought a motherboard Mercury PVM900M,but i dont know how to conect it.

So may I have its Diagram that shows
The following wires and send it to me through allanafricanboy@yahoo.com

1. SYS_FAN
2. CPU_FAN
3. ATX_12V1
4. POWER SW
5. RESET SW
6. H.D.D LED
7. POWER LED
8 MIC
9. L-RET
10. L-OUT
11. R-RET
12. R-OUT
13. G
14. USB1
15. G
16. USB2
17. G
18. SPEAKER

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