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Problems with EVO500 mobo power pins

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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This poage has a link to download a copy of the service manual for that motherboard

hope it helps.

http://www.eserviceinfo.com/downloadsm/5105/Compaq_Evo%20300-500.html

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The header bus above is for the USB Front Panel interface:

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This is included in many of the various flavors of the MoBo. If you're looking to use the MoBo connector to supply something other than this Front Panel interface, you're going to need to obtain the pinout of the jack on the motherboard and compare it to the signals required by your USB 3.0 device. The one from Asus is simply gathers the wires and forms them in a single shell - then keys the shell to prevent reverse insertion.

Think of what you have to do as the way USB 2.0 headers are provided on MoBo and the way PC cases have USB jacks built in. The USB header isn't standard; some have 9 pins - some even have 10! They can't seem to get on the same page as to how many pins are needed. The location of the signals on the header are probably different from brand to brand, too. So, the case manufacturers break up all the individual wires and label the signal so that YOU can check the MoBo manual and plug each one in to the correct pin.

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Computer won't power up unless I jump pin 16 and 17 at the 24 pin connector at the motherboard. After I jump it, it runs till I shut it down. It will power up on a few more start ups but soon goes back to...


a real answer. not bs above.
you proved the PSU is ok, why go there?
the why this works is the chip called South bridge.
does all this (this is how (also) the windows start button and shut off works, called SOFT POWER OFF)
the button on the front panel is a N.O SPST switch.
normally open momentary and shorts a specific and non world standard pin on that mobo to ground, (adjacent pin)
this sends a logic zero state (0v) to the South bridge
then it turns on a transistor on that mobo and that grounds pin 16 to PSU, and PSU magcially turns on.,
end theory101....
the problem can be ; the switch is plugged in wrong. or bad.
HP uses vast numbers of MOBO in PCs so have all different pinouts. and hard super hard to trace and learn that.!
all mine are keyed, and the mobo is silk-screened painted, Front panel.
the other possible is that the PSU is not putting out standby power
on pin 9, with PSU plugged into the wall pin 9 must be at 5vdc.
if not the South Bridge will be dead.
as will the power switch it supports

http://www.pcdied.com/power.html

The South bridge runs power. managment.
the 945P must have PSU standby power and the switch most reach its power on pin, or there will be no working switch ever.

The PC can also force the PSU off if one of the onboard
power regulators are reading wrong (say too high)
The power management is complex, but not that one pin,.below.

Power management,
wake on LAN, sleep, hibernate. and more.
but all we care is the power switch but if the above features work then the switch is bad, and why I mention that.

my PC can even self turn on at 6am if I want, (a bios features) self power on...


now the list of simple..tests,etc.
1: PSU pin 9 must be 5vdc at all times, wall plug aC connected.
and if read of PSU has a switch, set to logic 1 , (1/0 labled)
means on.
2: the correct working switch in front panel,
2b< that switch must be on the correct jack on the mobo and not off one pin or some other ERROR. there.
3:the PSU good ... some are not, (complex reasons) skip i will.
4: the MOBO most be good, (and not overheated)
Switch.
will the PSU turn on if dvd/cd drive and HDD drive cables pulled.?
even pull RAM. sticks? it will beep like mad but will turn on.
and be dead but turns on. like that. well most do.
5: jump the pin below, does that turn on the PC? as it must!

A DT PC 12 years old now.


m7480n this PC is now retired at HP means zero support.
no service book but it lacked the power jack info in most cases

DATA: (first know what is there, the mobo is clearly labeled. look?
this is the best search I did for you,at HP real, yours
  • Manufacturer: Asus
  • Motherboard Name: P5LP-LE
  • HP/Compaq motherboard name: Emery-UL8E

ive owned many P5 in my life, not now but am an ASUS guy.

but this old board we can do research on it,
I like HP and HP likes ASUS as do I. both.
knowing this fact
we see
Asus Leonite P5LP-LE User Manual

then we find the book on it next like this, (took me 1second )
page 5 shows layout


https://www.manualslib.com/download/449087/Asus-Leonite-P5lp-Le.html


bottom right shows, (F_panel) Bingo, on jack.

page 25 covers that jack
so pull the jack there pull plug from jack
then jump pin gnd /pwr pins with screw driver tip.
if PC turns on the switch was bad or plugged in wrong,
if not the PSU is dead, Standby power is dead, pin 9

p25-0kaf4dlf4nbtfyx5ejcudwbi-5-0.jpg Asus books always show all this, but never HP for some odd reason. (details like this)
good luck

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Intel Support>D845GVSR>Motherboard Manual,
(Intel's name - Product Guide),

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d845gvsr/sb/cs-008823.htm

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The Front Panel header on the mobo is shown on Page 31. (C on the illustration. J9G1 on the mobo)

The Front Panel connections are on Page 32.

Barring that you cannot download this PDF file, or do not understand the manual, I will detail the Front Panel header connections.

Orienting the motherboard so we are both looking at it the same way;

The Processor is at the top, the ram memory slots are to the right side of the mobo, and the white PCI slots are to the bottom.

There are three PCI slots. The one closest to the Processor is PCI 1.
The one closest to the edge of the mobo is PCI 3.

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The top row of pins are numbered Evenly.
The bottom row of pins are numbered Odd.

Starting from the Left side of the mobo, going to the right, on the Top row,

Pins 2, 4, 6, and 8. (There is No 10)

Starting from the Left side of the mobo, going to the right, on the Bottom row,

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