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E210882 socket type 775, PCIe, DDR2 - Will not turn on

This is my 8th build. I got this mobo/cpu/psu from a guy I work with. Put them in a custom case with hdd, dvd, ram, etc., but I don't know the front panel pin locations for this board, the pins are not labeled. I have the green power light on the mobo, and I've tried the power switch wire on every combination of pins possible and can't get this thing to power up. I've swapped power supplies that are working in my other PCs, and still nothing. I cranked this mobo up in this case before to check all components before I started modding it and it cranked up. Since I removed the power connections and front panel pins, I can't get it working. Anyone have any ideas? I'm clueless.

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  • Joey
    Joey Jul 27, 2009

    I know the pin assignments for the front panel, I just don't know the pin locations on the mobo. They aren't labeled, which pin is #1, 2, 3, etc.?

  • Joey
    Joey Jul 27, 2009

    That isn't even remotely similar to the header on my mobo. There are no markings on my header other than color coding, which is pretty much useless. It has no numbers or anything. There are only 9 pins on my header. The color coding is red, green, blue, yellow, with blue having three pins and is on top row, left. I'm trying to find the actual part number or a pic of my header, but no luck so far. Sorry for so little info.

  • Joey
    Joey Jul 27, 2009

    http://www.intel.com/support/motherboard...
    Here's an image of the header for my board. Now that I know where the wires are supposed to connect, guess I just have to start swapping parts around. I just have no idea what the problem is though. This thing powered up before in this case with this same psu. I put another board in the case for a few days, put this one back in and now it won't run? Driving me crazy. I HATE DELL!

  • Joey
    Joey Jul 27, 2009

    Finally found the real part number for my board after a week of searches. It's a DG33FB.

  • Joey
    Joey Jul 27, 2009

    The case I'm trying to install this board in is the Apevia X-Gear model ATXB5KLW-AL

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Hi,
On the Dell board, the
CORRECT pinout for J8H1 is as follows:

1-3: HD LED (#1 is +)
2-4: PWR LED (#2 is +)
5-7: PWR ON/OFF
6-8: RESET
5,16: +5V
10,11,14,15: not connected
12,13: GND


Regards.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson Jul 27, 2009

    The board should have a connector panel header on it that looks similar to this >>>>>



    look for the pins marked with #1


  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson Jul 27, 2009

    Look at the connectors >>>>>>>



    6-8 (red) is your power sw
    2-4 (green) is your power LED
    1-3 (yellow) is your HDD LED
    5-7 (purple) is your reset sw
    black is not connected



  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson Jul 27, 2009

    If the power connectors are not marked in the new case then track the connector wires back to the front of the case.
    The power switch leads back to the on/off button
    The reset switch leads to the reset button and so on, is should be easy enough to work out from there.


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