Question about Intel Motherboard
The red wires go on the side that is not missing a pin.
in this scenario, 4pin goes on top, 5pin on bottom, red wires on left.
in this, 4pin on bottom, 5pin on top, red still on left.
i wont show you the reverse of that because you should understand and i think the formatting on this page will screw it up.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
I would like to help you with your problem but its hard because I can't see your motherboard right now so what I would like you to do is try to look for the manual of your motherboard for the diagram of it in order for you to know where to hook the cables. If you dont have your manual your can find it in "www.emachines.com" click on customer care then click on product support and downloads. Select the model of your PC from the Product Type, Series and Model after that your manual and the drivers for your motherboard will appear and you can download it. I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
Red, white, green, black.
Red starts at pin 1.
hope that helps
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
SOURCE: Plugging in a USB port.
You have an A side and B side, or 1 and 2. Starting from pin 1, usually has an arrow pointing to it, the wires should read as follows: 1= A/1 +5vac 2= B/2 +5vac
3= A/1 -D 4= B/2 -D
5= A/1 +D 6= B/2 +D
7= A/1 ground 8= B/2 ground
9= no pin 10= no connection
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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