Question about Compaq Evo D500 PC Desktop
I recently obtained a evo500 mobo. I am kind of throwing a pc together with different odds and ends. So far I have an old 6x cd drive, on old 200w 20 pin psu, 3x 512 mb 133 mhz sticks, a 20 gb 2.5 in sata xbox 360 harddrive (ntfs reformatted of course), a 2.2 ghz pentium 4 cpu, and a AOpen QF50B 7-Bay ATX Computer Case. I bought a molex to p4 adapter for the p4 power supply, a 20 pin to 24 pin psu converter cable, and a sata to ide adapter to get everything nice and hooked up. Now I only have one problem, my mobo is set up to use a single plug type deal for the power button, reset button, etc.. but my computer case came with seperate plugs. One for the power led, one for the power button, one for the reset button etc.... . How can I tell which plug should go where as my mobo does not have them individually labeled? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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