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Re: power button wiring help
Your motherboard manual can be downloaded at this link:
If you go to page 2-31 in the above manual the diagram should show you exactly where your front panel power switch connects to your motherboard. You want to connect it to the position marked below as ?ATX Power Switch?.
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hard drive Led wires?
If you are building a machine these areusually pluged directly into the motherboard.
the plugs are usually only compatible to their special sockets on the board. all you need to do is to examine the plug ends and look for sockets withsimilar shape and size as the plug.
hey look close to the nearby processorin motherboard there is 9 pin (depends on motherboard) for power and for reset button... close your eyes to motherboard at that place you will find also the name which are mention in motherboard e.g. power and reset in motherboard just plug red wire in power and and green for reset ( depends on motherboard) you an chk manually ...
cpu casing? What is that? To test the power supply, just use a paper clip in the ATX connector on the green wire, and the black wire next to it. Make sure everything that is hooked up to the power plugs, is unplugged. That should tell you if its the power supply.
the comon colors for usb are [red +5v] [white data -] [green data +] [black ground] and you need pinouts on your mother board also you may have 2 jacks so there is a 9 pin connector on board for external usb jacks, just get the manuel for it on internet but I need the motherboard number and make
This board I think is an OEM board built by Asus for HP computers. Also named Pegasus.
Go here to find a PDF manual for that particular board - http://www.ctechinfo.org/manuals/pegasus_manual.pdf
On page 22, the last page, it shows you the pin-out for the connections for the front panel, ie - power button, reset, led's, etc. Hope this helps.