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Re: description on jfp1&2
The wire tips generally have their use stamped on the jumper attachment. Any way green-white is for start-up, red-white for reset and others should have one black wire which are for the LED's. The speaker wire is usually traceable. If u had USB connectors it does not matter in what order you put them, except that they should be perpendicular from the bottom side of the MB....sodeep
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Hi, your motherboard has three sockets for the front panel connection: -USB socket, to connect any front usb ports you might have -AUDIO socket, to connect speaker/microphone socket on the front of your case -FRONTPANEL socket, where are connected the turn on/reset buttons, the ide/power leds and the buzzer. To connect all the pin in the right way, refer to the attached picture Hope it helped, Franz
Hi kuldeep11203, your Intel D101GGC board uses the Award bios. http://www.bioscentral.com/beepcodes/awardbeep.htm Though the descriptions vary, I suggest you check your CPU heat-sink & fan assembly. Clean assembly from excessive dust build up. Remove CPU fan if possible & clean the heat-sink. Check the CPU fan, it may be turning too slowly & may need to be replaced. The average CPU fan runs between 2000 Rpm & 3000Rpm. Blow out your power supply with canned air. Disconnect & than re-connect the Main power connector (2x12) on the board. Item No# K, found on page 11 in your manual. Try these first. See if the buzz sound stops after a good cleaning. If not replace the Heat-sink assemble with a new one. Check this link for a new assembly for LGA775 socket; http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=heatsink+and+fan+for+LGA775+socket&btnG=Google+Search&aq=f&oq=heatsink+and+fan+for+