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Need to find a manual or schematic for installing front panel wires

I received the G33T-SM3 motherboard without a manual. I am trying to set it up in an empty case that I had laying around. It has been a very long time since I have installed a motherboard and I have forgotten half of what I used to know about it. I have gotten most of it set up but I am down to the wires that connect the front panel to the motherboard. I need a manual or at least a schematic on where the wires go. A few are self explanatory but I still have a lot of wires left over and no idea where they go. Please help. Thanks

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  •  Angela Bates
    Angela Bates Jul 17, 2013

    This question is for a G33T-SM3 motherboard not a Gigabyte GA-7N400 Pro2 Motherboard. I don't know why that keeps popping up after I type in G33T-SM3. But I repeat it is for a G33T-SM3 motherboard NOT a Gigabyte GA-7N400 Pro2 Motherboard. I will be uploading pictures tomorrow to show what I am talking about.

  • Lars Olsson
    Lars Olsson Jul 17, 2013


  •  Angela Bates
    Angela Bates Jul 17, 2013

    I don't know the manufacturer. It was gotten off of Craigslist so I can't even ask the guy I got it from.

  • Lars Olsson
    Lars Olsson Jul 17, 2013


  •  Angela Bates
    Angela Bates Jul 17, 2013

    maybe but I can't seem to find it and I really don't want to disconnect everything and remove the motherboard to check the other side. I will look again.

  •  Angela Bates
    Angela Bates Jul 17, 2013

    I FOUND IT!!!! WOO HOO!! Thanks Lars. I took a bunch of parts out and found it. It is a Supermicro C2SBA+II and I was able to locate the manual.

  •  Angela Bates
    Angela Bates Jul 17, 2013

    Now, my problem is that the power button won't turn on. The LED on the inside is on which indicates that the power is on. I have tried the front panel wires both ways with no success. Any ideas?



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