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Hi marked Hi, Im just browsing around and noticed you have a ton of chat sessions? How do you get so many, I have none! Thanks mate.....

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Im building a computer in school and the speaker that runs during POST connector but i have no ihad (nor my teacher) as to where it goes on my asus M68MT-S2P diagrams or pictures would help . thanks


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Sir you posted a ASUS M68MT-S2P, there is no such model, the image above is a Gigabyte M68MT-S2P. all you have to do is plug your system speaker and follow the polarity.
The system reports system startup status by issuing a beep code. One single short beep will be heard if no problem is detected at system startup. If a problem is detected, the BIOS may issue beeps in different patterns to indicate the problem.

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Hello, I recently purchased all new computer components, including a Diablotek EPIC ATX Mid Tower case. I have the system complete and running. At first I plugged a USB device into the front left USB...


Hi Red,

I had a similar problem on a different case though.They might have similar causes.

The front usb port circuit board was connected to the MB with a ribbon cable. The prior owner had the cable attached backwards. It worked fine, until you plugged in a USB device, instant crash.

Can't say for certain this is what is happening with you, but it is a possibility.

I'm sure you already know, pin 1 is the striped cable. On the board pin 1 has an arrow.

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mate you forgot to mention your operating system. I assume it is windows 7 home basic(64bit).

Use the following link:
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If that does not solve your problem let me know.

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Raidmax 500w power slowly died, then wont turn back on.


1.-Your CPU fan is working?

2.-Your Power supply fan is working?

If not and following your description I think that you have to replace your power supply.

If you have the light on in the motherboard doesn't mean that your power supply is good.

Check the first to points above and if 1 and 2 are not working

Replace your power supply.

Let me know how it is going!

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Hi Tracybow,

The Front Panel Audio connection should have a couple of wires to plug in into your MotherBoard. Usually, the connectors are named and all you need to know is the exact location in your MotherBoard.
I would suggest you to visit your MotherBoard manufacturer and download the manual for your MoBo. You will find in the manual a diagram of the MotherBoard which shows the location for those wires.

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Prob with headphone


I assume that u replaced or tried a different ear phones?
The female SOCKET on those things are small and special..Imagine a question mark [ ? ] one facing left, the other facing right, One just slightly BELOW the other. You wil notice that the MALE has a metal tip, a RING of plastic, then another metal ring with the plastic holder at the other end [the wires extends out of this end]
If you can see down the hold, u may see the two(2) "" question Marks "". The 1st metal tip should touch the lowest and the 2nd metal ring on male plug touches upper "" ?? "". push plug in and SLIGHTLY move around while the unit is ON AND PLAYING MUSIC. If the unit can be heard in stero, then the INNERS are loose. If the female socket moves, then one of your contacts are "desoldered" called " cold solder joint. u may need a tech.
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