Question about Intel 865G Motherboard
Where you see the + next to " +2-1 HD_LED" this means that the connector for the hard drive LED should be plugged onto pins 1 & 2, and that the " color " part of the conenction should be on pin 2, because pin 2 is your positive lead...
4-6 Power switch - Does not matter wich way it is plugged in, as long as it's plugged onto pin4 and pin6
+2-1 HD_Led - Hard drive LED - Pin2 is positive, pin1 negative
+5-1 SUS_Led - suspend LED - Pin5 is positive, pin1 negative
+3-1 Power_Led - Power LED - Pin3 positive, Pin1 Negative
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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Front Panel Header pin assignments as follows:
Pins 2 + 4 = Power Led
Pins 6 + 8 = Power Switch
Pins 12 + 14 = LAN Activity Led
Pins 1 + 3 = HDD Led
Pins 5 + 7 = Reset Switch
Pin 9 = +5v
Pins 11 + 13 = ODD Led
Pin formation is as below with no pin in position 10.
2 4 6 8 10 12 14
1 3 5 7 9 11 13
You will probably need to extend the Front Panel connector cable to reach the header pins on a replacement motherboard - I did this with 2 x N76HL 10 pin extension cables (male to female) from Maplin.
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