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Hp sp 323091 001 motherboard manual

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I am try to replace my Acer sk 20 computer with hp sp 323091 001.
Could anyone help me where power switch connection is?

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The information that you provided is not specific to the motherboard that you have. I'm assuming that your motherboard was manufactured by Intel. You will have more luck if you can find out what company manufactured the board and also the correct model number or name of the board.

However, most motherboard have a series of pins somewhere very close to the edge of the board and, this would be the edge that sits closest to the front panel. Most motherboards that I work with have a series of pins near the edges labeled "Panel". These would be the pins that you will use to connect the power switch, power LED light, HDD LED, etc.

Usually, there are even smaller letters that, if you look closely, label each set of pins for the appropriate connectors. Take a very close look along the edges of your board to see if you can locate these pins or the word "Panel" which would be written just beneath a group of pins on the board. Some boards even go as far as to label the pins for which connector they belong (for example, there will be maybe 2 rows of pins and some connectors will only use one pin, on one row while others may use 2 pins).

Hope this helps (that is if you still have the board or this problem)...

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Power switch is connected to the 2nd. pair of pins with your board installed toward the bottom or base of computer box, counting from right to left. 1st. set is for your restart button.{ not the upper row.}

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