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I am putting this motherboard into an alienware tower, and I can't figure out how the f panel is connected
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Oct 10, 2007
The only front panel pins you need are for the power switch. Track them from the front panel to the connector and plug them upto the 2 pins for power. Dont worry about polarity it can go either way. The connector may look a little odd but it will work just fine. In the past in that situation I have cut the plastic in such a way I have separated the different connections but its not worth the trouble in my opinion.
Posted on May 06, 2009
The power button on the front panel would definitely need to be hooked up to the motherboard so you can power up the computer.
If you have any usb slots or a media card reader on the front panel, or both, then you would need to hook those up as well, otherwise the main one you need to connect would be the power button.
Posted on May 23, 2009
SOURCE: I need motherboard driver and
Simple test: disconnect all disks, remove the BIOS battery for 10 minutes, put it back (this resets everything to default factory settings) then try to boot in the BIOS - if it fails then the motherboard is defective - no BIOS update can fix that.
The board is dead, time for a new pc.
Posted on May 02, 2011
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