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FITTING MOTHERBOARD HOW DO I FIT A PACKARD BELL MOTHER BOARD INTO A NEW CASE? I NEED TO FIND OUT WHERE THE FRONT PANEL PLUGS ON THE CASE FIT TO THE MOTHER BOARD (GA8SIMLMF)

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    Lee Hodgson May 11, 2010

    have you already dismantled the other case?

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My thoughts exactly Geekman :)

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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If you have not removed the old motherboard from the case, then you can identify the various front panel connectors as you disconnect them and label them. Some front panel connectors have labels printed on the connectors which makes it easy for you to identify its purpose. If you have already removed the old motherboard then you will need to trace each of the leads to the front panel to see what they are connected to (eg. the LEDs and switches etc).
You will also need to identify on the new motherboard the various connectors for each function, eg power LED, hard drive LED, reset switch, power on switch, internal speaker etc. If you are lucky It may be printed on the motherboard, if not you will need to refer to the manual.
NOTE the LEDs are polarity sensitive, if the LED does not light, then swap the connector around the other way.

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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