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WHERE TO CONNECT THE HDDLED WIRE ETC ON AN MSI 5169 MOTHERBOARD ?

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Hmmmm.. look it below right of the board... or check it to the manual of the motherboard... ^^ it has a code there..

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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Msi 5169 moterboard manual


According to the mfgrs website, there are 4 variations of this motherboard. Verify which version you have (its on the board) and use this link to download your manual:

http://www.msi.com/product/mb/MS-5169.html#/?div=Manual

Dec 30, 2011 | MSI MS-5169 Motherboard

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I dont no to connect the front wires in mother board


The front wires are usually for power, hdd led. power button and reset button and sometimes extra usb ports and audio ports. All motherboards have a small section that has 8 to 10 grouped pins protruding that you can attach these wires to. The motherboard will diagrahm where the pins hsould go. For example the light for the hard drive wires are probably labeled "HDDLED" and there is two of them. One positive charge and and ground. On the motherboard, in the grouped pins there is a small label that goes:

''___'
'_____'
HDDLED
PWLED

It may look like this but in a different arrangement. What does this mean? Connect HDDLED to the top two pins. Doesn't matter which way the positive and ground go. And connect the power led PWLED to the bottom pins. Follow this for all the other labels.

Hope this helped.

Jul 05, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Idnt knw hw to cnnct power switch , hdd led ,speaker , reset.led+ , led- . pls help me by sorting out my problem.by full description . and photos of connecting cables.


The front wires are usually for power, hdd led. power button and reset button and sometimes extra usb ports and audio ports. All motherboards have a small section that has 8 to 10 grouped pins protruding that you can attach these wires to. The motherboard will diagrahm where the pins hsould go. For example the light for the hard drive wires are probably labeled "HDDLED" and there is two of them. One positive charge and and ground. On the motherboard, in the grouped pins there is a small label that goes:

''___'
'_____'
HDDLED
PWLED

It may look like this but in a different arrangement. What does this mean? Connect HDDLED to the top two pins. Doesn't matter which way the positive and ground go. And connect the power led PWLED to the bottom pins. Follow this for all the other labels.

Jul 05, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Connection of inbuolt speakers on motherboard..


Dear User,

Pl Take Your Motherboard Make and model no with its diagram.

(1) Diagram contains inbuilt speaker pin where to connect wire.
(2) Anoter way please see on your motherboard small pin when wire hang. Read Carefully around pin in small latters for speakers pin.

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Cant play sound in amd processor when reformatted


More than likely your missing drivers. Reload all your drivers for your motherboard.

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ADSL modem hangs when booting!!!


It doesn't really sound more than it may be a bad phone line, I mean the actual wire. When you move it your connection changes. There isn't enough signal really to interfere with the motherboard on a EFI level.

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I have five wires off my computer. hddled reset switch turbo led powerled and key lock and one other wire red and black comming out of the fan It as gave to me and i m trying to fix it>


You need to check your motherboard. Look for a manufacturer name and a serial number. Google it and look for manual. There will be a bunch of pins on the motherboard in a cluster and these connectors fit onto those. The motherboard manual will tell you exactly where. The writing on the motherboard is usually far too small to say which pin goes where. The fan will either be a case fan or a cpu fan. There will be a set of 3 pins in a line on the motherboard and labelled. If it is a case fan dont put it on the cpu fan connector. You will have to peer to find it. The manual will help considerably with the location, but these are usually readable on the motherboard unlike the hddled and powerled etc.

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