KM18G pro motherboard power connection, reset sw, power sw, etc.
I removed these leads by mistake and cant get them back on, there are four leads with two connections but one has a split connection ie, three holes with connection on 1st & 3rd hole. there are nine pins to connect to. the leads are orange & white reset switch, black & white power switch, red & white hdd led, green & white power led. my pc is a time and about 8yrs old. any help will be much aprreciated. ecky.
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Re: KM18G pro motherboard power connection, reset sw,...
You can download the manual for your motherboard here.
Inside you will find information of where does each connector go. Each connector on the case has a marking on it (HDD, PWR, RST or similar) which stands for hard disk LED, power button, reset button and so on. Connect it to the right place, and problem is solved.
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hello are you trying to connect your motherboard to your desktop pc?
you will have to provide more detail on this as every motherboard is different.
if it is a modern motherboard the correct ports will be indicated on how to attach these to the motherboard and the leads from the desktop power, audio etc will also have these.
please provide more details of the motherboard.
Well you do not need exactly the same motherboard. You need a motherboard that has the exact CPU socket, DDR slots and AGP or PCI slot.
Here are the specifications for the motherboard:
Processor - AMD Athlon/Athlon XP/AthlonXP Barton/Duron Processor - FSB 200/266/333MHz Chipset - North Bridge: NVIDIA nForce2 IGP - South Bridge: NVIDIA nForce2 MCP - I / O Chip : Winbond W83627HF Memory - 3 DDR Sockets: - DDR200 to 400 non-ECC DDR SDRAM up to 3GB (Single Channel) or up to 2GB (Dual Channel) Expansion Slots - 1 x AGP 8X/4X slot (1.5V Only) - 3 x PCI slots (PCI 2.2 compliant) IDE Connectors 2 ATA133 channels (up to 4 ATA 133 IDE Devices) Onboard I/O Connectors - 1x Floppy Connector - 2x USB 2.0/1.1 header (4 ports USB cable optional) - 1x CD_IN header - 1x COM Port header - 1x S/PDIF in/out header (S/PDIF in/out cable optional) - 1x CPU fan header with fan rotation detection function - 1x System fan headers with fan rotation detection function - 2x 5 pin system panel header (Intel spec) - 1x 3 pin Power LED header - 1x 4 pin Speaker header - 1x Front audio header (Intel spec) - 1x Case Open detection header - 1x Wake on LAN - 1x 4 pin TV-Out header So you have to buy a motherboard that has Socket A, that support DDR I memories and has an AGP slot (for the video card).
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there is a possibility that you may have pulled off the power switch, to motherboard Connector.
This will be at the bottom right hand-side of the Motherboard.
You should have a 2 cable connector for. pwr/sw Power Switch. hdd/led Hard-Drive led. rst/sw reset Switch.
Check those First. if you didn,t remove the power lead, before attempting any work. you may have arced a current, and damaged the motherboard Or PSU. check the Fuse In The Actual plug lead. to determine the actual power Switch, without a multi-meter. remove the power lead, from the Computer. remove the power/sw connector From motherboard, And Bridge the power/sw with A plastic jumper Block. then replace power lead, and should boot up. If it does the fault is the actual power switch faulty.
i need to know the motherboard's serial number then shouldn't be a problem finding the service manual for it with all the information you require
some motherboards got that information imprinted near the pins if you look close enough