Re: powersw hddsw and other connector in soyo-7vca ...
You need the motherboard manual. I have found your one on the link below, you will find detailed instruction on pages 30-32 of the manual.
The manual is 5mb in size so it might take a few seconds to download, it is a PDF file which means you will need Adobe Reader to see it.
Good luck and hope this helps (click on link) http://www.soyo.com/uploads/downloads/manuals/686/m7vca10.pdf
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Typically, the speaker is connected with 2 or 3 wires. The connector block should have a pin labled "SPKR" or "Speaker". From there, count three up and find a pin labeled "+5v". These two pins are typically separated by two ground pins.
So, the connection would be: spkr, gnd, gnd, +5v. The ground pins may, or may not be used depending on your design.
look closely at the board most soyo boards have a pinout legend on the board it will be in white lettering, if not try the soyo homepage, or call there tech support they can more then likely email you a legend
This sounds as though you inadvertently disconnected your video connector or knocked something slightly off on your motherboard. Please ensure all cards/components sit snuggly in their slots and verify all connections. The battery should not affect the system's operation, except for the system time, which in newer versions of Windows is set automatically.
The 2 grey wires with the 4 pin connectors would be for the USB ports at the front of the tower. They need to be connected to the motherboard usb pin outs. Usually marked on motherboard as "USB1", "USB2" etc. Generally the red wire should be the "power" and goes to pin1 or 2 on the connector. Pin 1 is normally marked by a thick line on the board at that end of the connector, but it's easier to say Pin1 is the opposite end to the single pin on it's own (which isnt used). You really should check the manual for the board to confirm the connections though.
Answer me this. You're case is an Antec tower? The motherboard is the Asus P4P800 SE ? Is this correct?
If you have you're manual you can see what goes where on the board for front panel connector page. 2-31. (This diagram shows you how to connect the front mic & speaker).
To connect the Antec's front USB ports plug the case USB front connectors onto USB56 & USB78 shown on page. 2-30. Most case wires are already set within their USB connectors & the Antec's front USB connector should fit right on the mother board's pin's. If you need you're user manual, download from Asus by clicking on this link. http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P4P800%20SE&SLanguage=en-us
Depends on what CPU you have stuck in it. Any micro atx AM2 mb will work as long as you know what power rating the cpu is 65w,85w95w. With HP and the rest of the crappy inti-graded mb using companies they like to use there own board connector which will not work with an after market. All you need is an old chasis tower pull the single pins off the wires and place them on the HP chasis wires getting rid of the 6 in 1 connector pin they use. After that you can use any after market like mother board in that tower.