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You would use the driver's from the computer's manufacturer's website for your make and model.
Get onlineand got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "MSISupport" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operatingsystem when requested. Download and install the drivers.
To solve your puzzle, you need to find the manual for your motherboard. If you don't have it still, almost all of them are available online at the manufacturer's support website. The manual always has the pin out diagram for the motherboard, and from there its just a matter of plugging the small connections together. Remember that connections for LED lights have polarity, meaning that they need hooked up one particular direction for the light to work, but any switch connection doesnt matter.
This could be anything from a faulty graphics card, bad power supply or even the motherboard.
What you need to do is disconnect all of the hardware except the motherboard, power supply and memory. Then try turning the machine on.
If it turns on start putting things back one at a time to see which item is causing the machine not to start.
If it won't turn on with just the memory and power supply installed then you either have a faulty motherboard or power supply, but to test these you have to check the voltage on the power supply which isn't easy.
Your best bet would be to get a compatible working power supply and hook that up. If it still won't fire up then you know the motherboard has come to the end of its life and needs replacing.
Hi, The final set of connections are the front panel leads
that attach to the motherboard. This includes the LEDs for hard drive activity
and power status, the case speaker, and most importantly, the power switch. eg:
You should consult your motherboard manual to find out where to plug these in. The power one is obviously the most important.
inside the catalogue that came with your motherboard you will find a page in the "hardware setup" section that has the connectors on your motherboard numbered and tells you which connector goes where, and if u can't find the catalogue then plz put the motherboard model number so i can find its catalogue and send it to you or tell you how to connect it.