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Case wire two mother board

Need help with puting them back in right place

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The wires .RESET SW, POWER SW.POWER LED AND H.D.D. LED NO HAVE POSITION OR YES? PLEASE SAY TO ME WHAT IS THE RIGHT POSITION ON MOTHERBOARD. Is old computer but I need it. The motherboard is: foxconn 651 M03-G-6L. My ID name OR

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What motherboard? State your question in a more complete manner, not like a kid in kindergarten

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No beep at start up

Could be a grounding issue. Remove the mother board from the case, and place on a piece of cardboard. Plug in the power supply, memory, monitor and power switch if it will reach (if not then you will need to short the jumper were the power switch plugs in with a small screw driver). Once set up, power on the mother board, you should get a no hard drive error, since we did not plug it in. If this does work, you will need to go the hardware store and pick up some rubber or paper washer to place between the mother board and the case.

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Case wire two mother board

Here is your front Audio guide:

Here is your USB guide:

And here is your front Panel guide:

Let me know how that works out. The front panel guide is rotated 180 degrees however.

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if problem resolved and you dont have more problems and didnt find a faulty component and your pc is working fine so it was a miss making.
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If you mean the front panel power switch the connectors are in most cases located in the bottom right corner as below:


Note that your wire setup can be difrent form the image.

If you need more assistance let me know, I'm here to help

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