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Just bought new mob. MSI ms7094 need to know how to hook up the JFP1 for front panel it power up no lights
The simple way is to remove the front panel of the computer trace the wires to the front panel leds, make note of color pair to each led. The using the manual that came with the motherboard locate the schematic for the JFP1 connector on the motherboard, it show's where the leds wires connect to operate. If you have no manual, if you look very closely at the connector you will see where the led wires connect, you may have to use a magnifiying glass and flash light. You cannot damage anything if you accidently place the led wires in the wrong place. If the panel led wires are in a single connector and won't work on the motherboard, you can remove the wires from the connector by using a very small sharp pointed pick to push down the retaining tab on each wire, thus enabling it to be removed from the connector, just be patient. BPCS
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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Connect the front panel leads to the motherboard connector marked "JFP1" using the following pins as indicated by the markings on the motherboard and the front panel leads: HDD LED on Pins 1 and 3; power LED on Pins 2 and 4; reset switch on Pins 5 and 7; and the power switch on Pins 6 and 8.
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