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Wiring issue new case need wiring assistance. do not know what goes where, lost motherboard book.

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I am going to be fitting a new motherboard, and I am worried about fitting in the power and the wires? Any advice??

There are only a few things that must be carefully observed when changing out motherboards. The first is to ensure that the mounting lugs match up with the mounting holes on the new board. Remove any that don't, otherwise they may short out the motherboard. The new motherboard will come with a book that will show the external connections that must be made from the case to the motherboard. Most cases have labeled plugs that will correspond to the information in the manual. There are two plugs that can be confused - Power Switch and Power LED. Power switch is used to turn on the machine, Power LED goes to the green light on the front of the case. Alos, the HDD LED and Power LED connections are polarized, meaning they have a + and a - wire. The Power LED wires on most cases will be green and white with the green wire being the +. The HDD wires on most cases will be Red and White with the Red being the +. If you get them reversed, it will not harm the machine, but the LED will not work and you will have to turn the plug around. The plugs for the power switch, reset switch and speaker (optional) are not position dependent and cannot be installed backwards. The large power connector to the motherboard is keyed and cannot be installed backward. They can, however be very difficult to connect fully and may required forceful pressure to seat. If this is the case, place something firm, but non-conductive under the edge of the motherboard below the socket to prevent cracking the motherboard. Also, while this may seem silly, some people accidentally do it, so I'll say it here, do NOT have the power supply plugged in when making any connections to the motherboard or when installing or removing any expansion cards.

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I lost my Motherboard book and I need Diagram to put motherboard into new case

Can you elaborate further - what motherboard you have, what case is it, I will try and help.

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The following information is to assist you in performing the right connections. You should take precautionary measures such as grounding yourself and completely disconnecting the PC form any source of power.

This picture shows the connector for the front panel power button, reset button, and power and hard disk lights: an 8x2 pin connector with 1 pin missing:

The table below lists the pinouts for the connector. The orientation of this table is the same as the picture above, this shows the top part of the connector. All the pins below pin 8 appear to be non-connected.


Each pair of pins labeled Power and Reset goes to the 2 wires for the corresponding button. The hard disk and power LED wires connect to the corresponding LEDs, you need to ensure the proper polarity of the + and - wires for each LED or it will not illuminate.

The above information is for your information only.

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6a98a1a.jpg For the usb connectors you can follow the diagram above:

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Regarding Motherboard

hey, the easyest way to figure out what motherboard you got is to look inside the case and see the model written on the motherboard or get a program like everest home, its available at

let me know if you require further assistance.


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Dell motherboard

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

Apr 13, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Here ya go
This has all the pictures you will need to reconnect everything. If this helps be sure to rate my help.

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i thin if u have screwed up with connection u might have screwed up the motherboard is the mother board workig if not ur power in inthe mother have gone dead

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