I Have an Codegen 8012-1 box and an asus p4p800 mainboard
which is the good connection for the frontal jack of sound to the
scuse me my english
Vorrei collegare le uscite audio frontali del
vostro case Codegen 8012-1, che
all'interno hanno dei jack, alla mia scheda madre un'Asus P4P800.
Qual'è la giusta procedura?
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So I have found the answer myself ;o) I removed the front panel of the computer, behind the panel the wires were labelled, I connected the cables to the connectors that I required and connected them to the MoBo, works like a dream!
Read the labels for the connectors on the motherboard.
Polarity does not matter for the POWER and RESET buttons.
If the lamps for AC-POWER or HARD-DRIVE-ACTIVITY do not light-up when you expect them, then reverse the connector.
Try the PC SPEAKER connection one way, and then shutdown
the computer, reserve the connection, and start the computer.
If the "beep" at start-up is better, leave it as-is.
If the "beep" does not happen, or is quieter/distorted, reverse the connector.
Hi Yannick, For the POWER and RESET connectors, it does not matter which way you connect the pairs. Both ways will work. The HDD LED coupler will only work if connected the right way. You can however try it both ways until the LED works. You cannot damage your board if this is connected the wrong way. Hope this solves your problem.
The LED lights are usually connected separately to your mainboard, on the JFP1 pins. You could check your mainboard manual (if you have one) to see where it is on the mainboard. If the seatools say your HDD is good, you could unwire the JFP1 and try to connect a battery to the LED to see wether it still works. If it doesn't, it's probably one of the wires thats broken. You should, though, first check what voltage your LED is. If it's 0.5 and your battery is 1.5 you'll destroy the LED...
Hope this helps you solve the problem!
PS: don't go messing around in your mainboard without an antistatic wriststrap, or you might break it.
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.
Sounds like you are not getting a "power good" signal from the mobo telling the power supply to turn on. Something is probably wrong with the configuration or installation of parts. Try removing the RAM and all interface connectors and then see if will power up.
Make sure the power supply is set to the correct A/C voltage for your reigon.
Could be the motherboard is cmoing into contact with the chassis or something else.
Make sure the processor is inserted correctly and seated.
If it powers up. begin connecting the RAM and try again. Keep connecting something else one at a time until it fails. That will be the problem.