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Re: on/off leads disconnected
If you have the Ports of the board facing you...
as you look down at it on the top right hand corner (ish) there is a black block with pins sticking out of it (some pins will be missing)
if you look next to that on the actual board it will have white writing saying [pwr] [hdled] [reset] etc...
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Do u men how to install those connectors to ur mobo?
Please read the manual instructions for ur mobo.
Those small pins at the bottom corner is the place u have to connect those switches and LED lights.
Hope that might help u out!
hmmm. your System has an PS/2 slot for keyboard? you need to use ps/2 socket keyboard so that you can operate the bios set up and format your drive.. then if you finish put it back the USB keyboard.. ^^
And usually one of the NC pins is no pin as some USB cables have that
pin blanked out to ensure you connect them the right way. Note also
with USB you start with the VCC then you go straight to negative data,
then positive, then ground (again the - and + data bits, like the reset are in reverse of normal reading - the are right to left, not left to right!)
Finally if your not sure which cable is + and which is - the - ones are normally either black or white (most of them are white, except the speaker ones which are black - I presume that goes back to the colour scheme of red and black for positive and negative in audio equipment) and the + ones are normally some colour.