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FD-05HG-8861 pinout needed

Hi,

does anyone have some info on this 26 pin IDE connector for this FD-05HG-8861 floppy drive ?

Also, are there any jumpers one needs to be concerned with on this drive ?

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Here's a link to a document that contains the pin-out of the interface as well as other relevant data:

http://www.teac.com/DSPD/pdf/nfd0300a.pdf

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Emachine W3653 motherboard manual


Intel 945GCT-M3 motherboard,

http://support.gateway.com/s/MOTHERBD/Shared/4006188R/4006188Rmv.shtml

Above shows main view, and is labeled.

http://support.gateway.com/s/MOTHERBD/Shared/4006188R/4006188Rnv.shtml

Click on Product Views for Pinouts and connectors for;

1) 4-pin ATX +12 Volt power cable; B - Processor Core Power Connector

2) Processor fan cable connector on motherboard; D - CPU Fan Connector

3) 24-pin ATX main power cable; F - ATX Power Connector

4) Floppy Drive 34-pin connector on motherboard; G - Floppy Disk Drive Connector

5) CD/DVD drive that is IDE (PATA) type -> connector;
H - Parallel ATA IDE Connector. (Harddrive goes to SATA connector)

6) Computer case fan connector; I - System Fan Connector

7) Audio connector on motherboard for CD/DVD drive's small audio cable, (Main drive if there are two)
M - AUX-IN Connector

8) Front Panel is front of computer.
N - Front Panel Audio Connector is where the front panel audio ports connect.

9) R - USB 2.0 Connectors = Front Panel USB connectors on motherboard

10) Front of computer is the Front Panel. Area of contact pins on the motherboard, that the main wires from the Front Panel go to, is the Front Panel header.

T - Front Panel Connector = Front Panel header

Motherboard manual from ECS Support,

http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?DetailID=719&CategoryID=1&MenuID=16&LanID=0

(Note photo is distorted. Click on - More pictures for clearer view.
{More pictures / Where to buy / Print )

Click on the Download tab.
(Features / Specification / Download / Support / CPU / etc)

Click on Manual.
(Driver / BIOS / Manual)

Scroll down, click on the country NAME nearest yours.
A PDF file motherboard manual will come up.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Nov 16, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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I am looking forthewireing for a hp pavilion xt919


A) Power cables from Power Supply to motherboard:

1) Product information > Product specifications > HP Pavilion XT919 Desktop PC Product Specifications and What Ships in the Box,

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=bph06613&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=58461

2) According to my sources the motherboard is an Asus CUW-AM,

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=120&prodSeriesId=46171&prodTypeId=12454&prodSeriesId=46171&objectID=bph07170

If this indeed holds to be true, scroll the page down, look at the illustration under the Figure 1: Motherboard layout, heading.
Look at number 22 on the right; ATXPWR

Now scroll down to the motherboard photo.
The white connector with two columns of 10 socket holes, to the right of the black Ram memory slots, is ATXPWR.

Proper name is 20-pin ATX main power cable connector, on the motherboard. This is an example of a 20-pin ATX main power cable, and it's respective motherboard connector,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atxmain20

Note in the three photos the Lock on the side of the power cable connector, and the Tab on the side of the motherboard connector.
The Lock operates like a see-saw on a playground.

To remove the power cable the top is squeezed in, and this causes the hooked end of the Lock to come away from the Tab.
When the 20-pin ATX main power cable is deemed to be properly installed tightly to the motherboard, the hooked end of the Lock will be over the Tab.

B) IDE (PATA) harddrive uses a 4-pin standard Peripheral power cable.
So does the Optical Drive/s,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#peripheral

Note the rounded corners when plugging it in.
{Power cable has been misnomered as a 'Molex' power cable. Molex came up with the connector design. The name stuck. Kind of like calling an adjustable open-end wrench a Crescent wrench }

C) Floppy drives and card readers use a 4-pin small Peripheral power cable,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#floppy

D) Number 6 -> SYS_FAN, is where the Processor fan plugs in.
SYS_FAN stands for System Fan. A computer case fan. The illustration is wrong.

E) Number 21 is PS_FAN.
That to me stands for Power Supply Fan. Another misnomer. The Power Supply has it's own fan, and doesn't need power from the motherboard for it.
I'll bet this is where a System Fan, or computer case fan, would connect.

F) Number 29 points to the Primary IDE connector on the motherboard.
This is where the 40-pin IDE flat ribbon cable, plugs in for the Harddrive.

Number 24, Secondary IDE, is where the Optical Drive's, IDE flat ribbon cable plugs in.

Note*
The rectangular connectors for the IDE flat ribbon cables, has a 'bump', or protrusion, on the outside edge towards the middle,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:PATA-cable.jpg

In this photo it is at the top/middle. There are different styles. Square block, or the two piece design shown.
These bumps, or protrusions line up with a cutout.

A cutout on the motherboard connector, or a cutout on the circuit boards for the harddrive, and optical drive.

IF there is no bump, or protrusion;
There is a faint red strip on one side of the IDE (PATA) flat ribbon cable.

The red strip denotes which side Number 1 wire is on. Number 1 wire in the cable, for number 1 pin in it's connector/s.

http://pinouts.ru/DiskCables/IDE_pinout.shtml

Here you can see by the pinout above, that for the black Primary IDE connector, and the blue Secondary IDE connector, Number 1 pin is at the Top.
Red stripe on edge of IDE cable will be at the top, when the cable is attached.

When plugging into a harddrive, or optical drive, Number 1 pin ALWAYS goes toward the power cable.
Towards the 4-pin standard Peripheral power cable.
Red stripe will be towards 4-pin standard Peripheral power cable.

H) Number 14 CD_IN is where the audio cable from the MAIN optical drive plugs into. If you have two optical drives only the main, or Primary optical drive audio cable plugs into the motherboard.

I) The front of your computer is the Front Panel.
The area of contact pins on the motherboard, that the main wires from the Front Panel go to, is the Front Panel header.

Under the photo of the motherboard, the pinout for the Front Panel header is shown, though not very legible.
In the illustration the Front Panel header is Number 30 - Panel.

Looking at the pinout, and looking at the actual Front Panel header on the motherboard photo, it looks as though they have the pinout upside down, in relation to how it actually is.

Note in the motherboard photo, the Front Panel header is shown with 5 pins across the Top, then a space, then 4 more pins.
The Bottom row is 10 pins in a row.

In the Front Panel header pinout, they show 10 pins going across the Top. 4 pins going across the bottom, a space, then 5 pins.

Upside down.

I think it should be this way,

Top Row starting on the Left side going towards the Right;
Pins 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, No Pin, 14, 16, 18, and 20.

Bottom Row starting on the Left side going towards the Right;
Pins 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, and 19.

1) Pins 2 and 4 are for a Reset switch, IF a Reset switch is used.

2) Pins 6, 8, and 10 are for the Power On LED. (Light)
This is for a computer that has 'Turbo'
Dual light Power On LED. May have Green and Yellow lights.

Green for 'Turbo', and Yellow for Normal.
Bunch of hooey, really.

'Turbo' mode is the computer operating in a normal mode, and Normal mode really is the computer slowed down.

Pin 10 is for the Negative ( - ) wire.
Pin 6 and Pin 8 are the Positive ( + ) wires. One for the Green side of the Power On LED, one for the Yellow side of the Power On LED.

3) No Pin 12

4) Pins 14, and 16 are for the HarDDrive activity LED. (Light)
Pin 14 for the Positive ( + ) wire.
If the HDD LED is dim when the Harddrive is active, switch the wires around.

5) Pins 18 and 20 are for the Power On switch.

6) Pins 1, 3, 5 and 7 are for an internal speaker. Used to hear BIOS Beep Codes.
Pin 3 is for the Negative wire ( - ), and Pin 7 is for the Positive ( + ) wire.

7) Pins 9 and 11 N/C. Not Connected. (External SMI lead)

8) Pins 13 and 15 are for a Keylock switch.
Some computers have a Keylock. Unlocked the computer will come on.
I -> believe, Not connecting anything to these two pins, is like having the Keylock in the unlocked position.
May be wrong. May have to have a jumper wire across these two pins for the computer to work.

9) Pins 17 and 19 are for a Message LED
(Sleep/Standby)

HOWEVER, the best method IMHO is to use an LED light, and touch two pins at a time, to see which ones are for the Power On switch.
When the computer comes on, (Power Supply), then you know which pins are for the Power On switch.

Computer running, do not touch those two pins again, and check the rest of the pins.
Computer turns off, and starts again? Restart switch
LED light blinks? Harddrive activity LED
LED light stays on steady? Power On LED.

Finding which two pins are for the Power On switch, also helps tell you where the rest of the pins are, by looking at the pinout on the HP Support page.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&cc=us&docname=bph05159

Scroll down to Figure 4: Front panel connectors
Same Front Panel header used for this TriGem (Cognac) motherboard.
Clearer though.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Oct 02, 2012 | HP Computers & Internet

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ABIT-BD711


Okay,.......that was DU-MB!

Lemme see,.......oh yeah!

Letters and words! !O_O!

(Wondered where my glasses were!)

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Motherboard photo, and detailed info below it. Scroll down.

Looking at the motherboard installed in the computer case:

1) To the right of the Ram Memory slots, and in the upper right corner, is the 20-pin ATX main power cable connector, on the motherboard.

Whitish connector with two columns of 10 socket holes.
A 20-pin ATX main power cable plugs in here,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atxmain20

Note the Lock on the side of the power cable's connector, (Middle photo, and right photo), and the Tab on the motherboard connector, (Left photo)

When the power cable is plugged in correctly, the hooked end of the Lock on the power cable's connector, will be hooked over the Tab on the motherboard connector.

2) Look at the bottom Left corner of the Processor socket. Note the three cylindrical objects. (Radial Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors)
Note the whitish square 4-socket hole connector below them.

This is where the 4-pin ATX +12 Volt power cable goes. It also has a Lock, just like the 20-pin ATX main power cable connector,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atx12v4

This is power for your Intel Pentium 4 processor.

3) To the Right of the Ram Memory slots, and located below the whitish 20-pin ATX main power cable connector, are the two IDE connectors. (Turquoise Blue)

One is for an IDE (PATA) harddrive, and one is for an IDE(PATA) optical drive. (CD/DVD drive)

The one on the outside near the edge of the motherboard, has IDE1 next to it.
It is for the Harddrive.
The one closer to the middle of the motherboard is IDE2.
It is for the optical drive. (Or drives { 2 } )

NOTE*
One side of those rectangular connectors has a cutout in the middle.
(Square U-shape cutout)
This is where the Locating Lug, on the flat ribbon IDE cable's connector, goes to.

It aligns Number 1 pin in the connector, with Number 1 wire, in the flat ribbon IDE cable.

IF, there is NO Locating Lug on the flat ribbon IDE cable;

On one side of the flat ribbon IDE cable is a thin RED stripe.
This stripe denotes the side that Number 1 wire is on,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Nappe.svg

Looking at the rectangular IDE1 and IDE2 connectors, Number 1 pin is at the BOTTOM of those connectors.
(Motherboard installed in computer case)

On an IDE harddrive, Number 1 pin is ALWAYS towards the 4-pin power connector.
Same with an optical drive.

4) Since this is a motherboard, that has a RAID option for using multiple harddrives, I'm guessing the two Yellow rectangular connectors, below the two rectangular Turquoise Blue IDE connectors, is for more IDE harddrives.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAID

5) Below the two Yellow IDE harddrive connectors is a Black rectangular connector.
This has 34 pins, and is for a Floppy Drive, IF a Floppy drive is used.

6) Below the Black Floppy Drive connector on the motherboard, is the Front Panel header.

The front of your computer is the Front Panel.
The area of contact pins on the motherboard, that the main wires from the Front Panel go to, is the Front Panel header.

What is needed here is a Front Panel header pinout.

Dunno. Photo isn't clear enough.
Looks like a Black rectangular strip of plastic, with 8 pins in a row.
4 pins, 3 spaces, 1 pin, 1 space, 3 pins.

Looking closely, (And you may need a bright light, and a magnifying glass), what are the abbreviations next to the pins, on the outside edge of the motherboard?

HDD = HarDDrive activity LED (Light)
PW = Power On switch
RST = Reset switch
PWLED, or close to that effect = Power On LED.

Post back in a Comment.

IF, it is just a row of single pins going across, I would use an LED light that has two wires on it.

Computer, (Power Supply actually), plugged into power, touch the two wires to the first two pins.
Nothing?
Go on.

When the Power Supply comes on you know you have the Power On switch pins (2)

Now go back through, but do not touch those pins again.
LED light blinks? = HarDDrive activity LED (Light)
LED light stays on? = Power On LED (Light)
Computer restarts? = Restart switch pins

7) To the left of the white long PCI slots, (There are 5 towards the bottom of the motherboard), are two small Black rectangular connectors. Each has 4 pins in it.

The one that has Audio, or CD, or CD-IN, is for the audio cable from the CD/DVD drive.

8) At the Top of the motherboard in-between the Processor socket, and black Ram Memory slots, is an Orangish connector with 3 pins. Should have CPU, or CPU_FAN next to it. This is where the Processor fan plugs in.

9) At the bottom/left, and below the two small black connectors with 4 pins in them, is an Orangish connector with 3 pins.
This should be for the computer case fan.
(SYS_FAN)

Additionally you may want to join this website, and ask them for the Front Panel header pinout, for your Abit BD711 motherboard,

http://www.theraptorpit.com/forum/index.php?/forum/124-abit-motherboard-tech-support-unofficial/

Finding information for an ABIT BD711 motherboard, is about as rare as finding hen's teeth.
I, and I'm sure 100's of people, would be in your debt, if you would post the Front panel header pinout for this motherboard.

Hope I have redeemed myself for the S.N.A.F.U. of the question asked in the Comment, lol!

Regards,
joecoolvette

Aug 30, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Teac diskette drive pinout for Technics kn1000


Sorry.
There was an interface included, inside the KN 1000 unit floppy disk drive. This interface change "the 34 pin out from the floppy disk)" to "the 24 pin out" that could be connect to the the KN 1000 "24 pin in" conector jack in the KN 1000 main board.

As we know, the common disk drive unit in the market have 34 pin out only. wa can't connect directly 34 pin out floppy disk drive to the 24 pin in jack connector inside the KN 100o main board.

We need such an interface. This is the problem coz no one sell this interface separately in the market.

If u have one KN 1000 floppy disk drive unit (SY-FD), u can pick out that interface from inside the unit, and use it as a gate/interface from your new floppy disk drive to the "24 pin in" connector inside KN 1000 main board.

U can search this 24 pin out diagram interface in the net, but the problem is no one sell it separately.

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Your TEAC FDD (floppy disk drive) is a Tri-mode device (720 KB, 1.2 MB, and 1.44MB)

The "235" part of the model number indicates the drive's form factor (size) is 3.5 inches.
The "HG" part of the model number indicates that the FDD is a Tri-mode device, with the 3 modes
given above.

The manufacturer notes that it has no jumpers, but every FDD I've ever seen has jumpers for
bus master/slave selection. Either master or slave will work.

Here's the manufacturer's web site URL for your TEAC floppy disk drive:
http://www.teac.com/DSPD/support/floppy_drives/fd235hg_id_your_drive.htm

Here's the info on the NEC FD 1137C drive:
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Enclosure Type Internal
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Platform: PC
Technical Features Capacity 1.44 MB,2.8MB,360MB,720KB,1MB,640KB
Minimum System Requirements:
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Form Factor: 3.5" floppy disk drive

Here's the best info I found on your NEC FD 1137C Floppy disk drive:
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The beep you hear is a BIOS Beep Code. The computer's method of informing you something is wrong, and the area to look into for it.

The code is similar to what you may be used to.
(Afghanistan, Army? If so, hello brother/sister. 1st Cav, 13th Sig. Corp)

The BIOS Beep Code is similar to a Morse Code.

Examples:
Two short beeps followed by a long beep, a pause of silence, then the pattern repeats, over, and over.

One short beep indicates everything is okay.
This is an indication that BIOS has concluded the Ram Memory count, and everything is 5 By.

According to my sources, the eMachines T2682 desktop computer uses an Imperial GV motherboard model, made by TriGem.

The front plastic cover of your computer is the Front Panel.
The area on the motherboard that the cables, (Wires), attach to on the motherboard, is the Front Panel header.

This is the Front panel header pinout, for the TriGem Imperial GV motherboard,

http://www.e4allupgraders.info/dir1/ecase/support/front_panel_support.shtml

On this page I would like you to scroll down to the heading -
Imperial GV Front Panel Motherboard Pinouts

Looking at the pinout;

1) Pin 1 is Not used. NC = No Connection

2) Pins 2 and 3 are for the Power On LED light
[Light Emitting Diode]

Pin 2 is for the Ground wire. (GND) ( - )
Pin 3 is for the LED light power wire. ( + )

3) Pin 4 is not used. NC

4) Pins 5 and 6 are for the Harddrive Activity light. (LED)
HDD is HarDDrive

Pin 5 is for the LED power wire
Pin 6 is for the HarDDrive signal wire
(If after attaching the wires the HDD LED light is dim, reverse the wires)

5) Pins 7 and 8 are for the Power On switch.
Pin 7 is for the Ground wire.

Attaching the Peripheral cables;

1) You have an IDE harddrive. Uses a 40-pin IDE ribbon cable.
(39 actually. One pinhole is blocked off)

There is a Locating Tab on one side of the IDE ribbon cable's connector.

To wit:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Drive_Electronics

Left-click on the blue IDE connector in the photo to the upper right.
At the top middle of the connector you will see two ridges.
This is the Locating Lug.

Now left-click on the IDE connector on the motherboard, shown in the photo to the upper right.
(To the right of the blue IDE connector)

Looking at the blue IDE connector on the motherboard, you will note there is a cutout on one side of the connector.
This is a Locating Slot.

Lining the Locating Lug up to the Locating Slot, puts the pins of the IDE ribbon cable's connector, in the correct position for the pinholes in the motherboard's IDE connector.

IF, your ribbon cable's connector does Not have a Locating Lug;

Look at the outside edge of the ribbon cable. You should see a faint Red stripe.
The Red stripe is always next to Pin 1.

Next to the motherboard's IDE connector should be a printout.
It will state PRI 1, (Stands for Primary 1), or IDE 1.
This is for the Harddrive.

[ If you see PRI 2, or SEC, (Secondary), this is for the optical drive.
(CD/DVD drive). Using this information, you will know the other IDE connector on the motherboard is for the Harddrive ]

That printout is always next to where Pin 1 is.
Therefore on the motherboard, the side of the IDE ribbon cable that has a Red stripe, will go next to the printout.

If your harddrive does not have a Locating Slot on it's IDE connector, Pin 1 is always towards the 4-pin IDE power pins.

To wit:

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#peripheral

The above is a webpage from Playtool.com, discussing the various power cables used in a PC, and more specifically the standard 4-pin Peripheral power cable.

I linked it to show you a standard 4-pin Peripheral power cable, plugged into an IDE harddrive.

(A Peripheral power cable's connector, has been misnomered as a Molex connector, repeatedly through the years.
This was the name given to the first connector of this design.
It's kind of like referring to an adjustable open-end wrench, as a Crescent wrench )

Here in the photo of the rear view of an IDE harddrive, (Photo to the far left), you will see the 4 power pins.

To the left of the power pins are the Jumper pins.
To the left of the jumper pins, is the IDE interface for the 40-pin IDE ribbon cable.

The Red stripe of the IDE ribbon cable goes towards those 4 power pins.

To be continued in an additional comment.

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try- http://pinouts.ru/PDA/acer_n30_pinout.shtml John

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1.2 MB? is this a 5 1/4" drive you are talking about?

You need an older floppy IDE ribbon. No drivers needed for that.

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