Question about Abit nForce2 NF7-S2 Motherboard
You could try searching for the manual for the motherboard, I have the same problem every time I disconnect a motherboard.
Sometimes it is printed on the motherboard in dead small writing which wire goes where.
Also usually motherboard manufacturers follow the "unofficial" standard io connectors.
+PLED -PLED +PSW -PSW NC NC NC NC
+HDD -HDD -RST +RST +SPK NC NC -SPK
PLED = Power LED/Message LED
HDD = Hard Drive LED
RST = Reset Switch
PSW = Power Switch
SPK = Speaker
NC = Not connected (sometimes not even there)
Note quite often the Reset switch is the reverse of everything else! (i.e. on most if the + is on the right the + is on the left for the Reset
The USB ones usually always follow the following standard
VCC -DATA +DATA GND NC (USB1)
VCC -DATA +DATA GND NC (USB2)
And usually one of the NC pins is no pin as some USB cables have that pin blanked out to ensure you connect them the right way. Note also with USB you start with the VCC then you go straight to negative data, then positive, then ground (again the - and + data bits, like the reset are in reverse of normal reading - the are right to left, not left to right!)
Finally if your not sure which cable is + and which is - the - ones are normally either black or white (most of them are white, except the speaker ones which are black - I presume that goes back to the colour scheme of red and black for positive and negative in audio equipment) and the + ones are normally some colour.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
Just look for the manual of the model that you have. That is the only way you can connect it correctly. Look in the internet or the motherboard brand website itself, it surely provide the necessary documentation that you need.
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
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