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I dont know where the hdd led, power led and the rest of the leed connect to the front panel of an old asus motherboard. i have tried different configurations, all i am getting is a little green light on the motherboard. pls help

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Download a manual for you motherboard to find the correct locations.:
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=A7V8X&SLanguage=en-us 

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This Asus Support, and the motherboard manual download page for the Asus P5PE-VM motherboard,

http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

Go down to the heading - Version E2609 (In blue), and click on Global to the right of the green floppy disk icon.

This motherboard manual is in PDF file format.
(As I'm sure you aware of the following sir, just am stating it so that all info is presented)

Your computer has Adobe Reader on it which uses PDF files. (I use Adobe Reader 9)
After you Left-click on the Global server icon, you may not see anything happening for up to 30 seconds. Please be patient as the file is downloading.

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Heads up from me;
That was by FAR, the Slowest download I have ever encountered! Don't know if it's on my end, or Asus's servers. Took 10 MINUTES! Usual time, is first page shows at 10 SECONDS, full download at 30 SECONDS. (Tried all three server connections from Asus also. Global (DLM), Global, and China)

Because of this, I'm going to attempt to tell you the Front Panel connections on the motherboard, in case you cannot download this file.

Bear with me;

Orientation of motherboard so we are looking at it the same way.
Processor at top of board, Ram Memory slots to the right, Front Panel header is at extreme bottom right.
(F_PANEL)

There are 4 pins across the top, 5 pins across the bottom.

1.Four pins across the top, starting from Left going Right,

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D.Power On Switch (Ground)

2.Five pins across the bottom, starting from Left going Right,

A.IDE LED +, (Harddrive activity lamp. Positive connection)
B.IDE LED -, (HDD activity lamp Negative connection)
C.RESET switch: Ground
D.RESET switch: Power
E.No Connection. The fifth pin is not connected

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