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Hooking up the hdd led spk power reset wires

I have to know where they go on this main board as the old one was labeled different

the pins seem to be laid out different than the old board

first from left to right there is a + over TB then, ledgreen , then sw, then reset, then pwr.
I have the pwr and reset right but still have the spkr, power led and HDD led to connect

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  • samw662 Jan 04, 2009

    These are what I don't know where they go, I have the pwr and reset connected.

  • TubbyGrey May 11, 2010

    It might help if basic info was provided..

    What model motherboard..??

    What model of tower..??

    How about a link with an image of what you're looking at..??



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Check maybe its onboard speaker

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