My front panel dragon light doesn't light up anymore for a random reason, I didn't tinker with any of the wires or nothing i just powered on my pc one morning and the front panel doesn't work. the small indicators below the panel that give you the time and a lil flashing dragon work its just the dragon on the door that doesn't
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Look on the inside of the case behind the front panel to determine how the front panel is secured to the case. Depending upon the type of case, remove the side panels or the desktop cover. Front panels on desktop cases are secured to the case by either screws behind the front panel on the inside of the case, or by plastic locking tabs that needs pushing to unlock fron the case or if the front panel has an opening at the bottom then it may be held in place by friction lugs, in this case pull the bottom of the front panel and it will come away from the case.
The front audio in this case does not support HD sound. To get it to work you must instal the "HD Sound Application" that came with your hardware and disable the "Detect Front Panel Jack Detection" option. You'll have to manually switch between the two inputs.
For the wires that comes in your CPU casing, mostly used for your front panels like power switch, hdd status, power led, etc. It is indicated on the pins itself so you might not be confused. there are some that comes for front panel USB. (with codes like vcc+ /- ,etc.). The best you can do is to read your Mainboard manual on where you place this pins.
The Front Panel Audio connection should have a couple of wires to plug in into your MotherBoard. Usually, the connectors are named and all you need to know is the exact location in your MotherBoard. I would suggest you to visit your MotherBoard manufacturer and download the manual for your MoBo. You will find in the manual a diagram of the MotherBoard which shows the location for those wires.