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Motherboard wiring i replaced the motherboard of my emachines t6522 and i got all the wires hooked up right except the power. there are three, a red and white, a black and white and a green and white. looking down at the motherboard can you tell me in which order they go

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  • birm Jan 16, 2009

    the black/white has power sw on it

  • birm Jan 16, 2009

    the pin set up is ::::., so would it be green/white next to red/white next to black/white?

  • birm Jan 16, 2009

    thank you for your help..i hooked them up and we shall see.

  • birm Jan 16, 2009

    hooked everything up and turned the computer on......the fans constantly run, the green light on the front is on but nothing else. i cant even shut off the computer except by unplugging it.

  • karead105 Jan 16, 2009

    Were you able to resolve this? I have the same problem, I believe there is a problem with the switch since this is the second machine of this type that has a power switch problem that I have. I replaced the push button switch with a toggle on the first one but it looks cheesey and you have to fip the toggle several times for it to work.

  • birm Jan 16, 2009

    i have yet to solve the problem..i ordered a power supply replacement and when that comes in i will see what i can do.

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Green/wht normally = Reset or Power LED
Red/wht normally = HDD LED
And is the third red/BLACK?
There should be a label on the black pin jumper at the end of each wire.
Does it say anything?

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    blueextc3221 Jan 16, 2009


    Then the Black/White is the power switch jumper. The motherboard is labeled for jumper settings. Usually they are aligned : but some m/b are jumpered ..
    Simply look at the motherboard labels to figure out your layout.

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So well meaning person disconnected the three wires going to HD LED, Power etc..now I do not know what they were connected too originally.


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1) http://www.hypermicro.com/mmhypermicrocom/images/CSEC004.JPG

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I can tell you that most likely the white wire is the ground wire. The others are positive. The two manual found on eMachine's site does not provide enough of detail.
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Listed at the bottom of the link below you can either chat with a tech or call tech. (Main site for the T6522)
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