- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Good luck on finding a wiring diagram. Usually those plugs represent the Power Button, the Hard Drive and the other sometimes represents a reset button. If you remove the cover and sit the computer on it's side, take a flashlight so you can see inside at the motherboard. If you look from where the wires come from on the front they usually stick into little prongs on the side of the motherboard. The motherboard will have little written identifiers such as hdd for the hard drive light, pwr for power or power reset, fan for fan, etc.
Also sometimes if you look on the little piece at the end of the red, white and black wires where it plugs into the motherboard prongs, sometimes it will have writing on it as to which one it is.
What do u need to do? A wiring diagram will not be needed unless you are replacing components on the main board, this will require advance electronics knowledge and experience. If it IS just a hard disk or CD-ROM, maybe even memory CPU or psu replacements, a wiring diagram is not needed, just knowledge. If u don't understand any of the above, DO NOT EVEN ATTEMPT MAINTENANCE
it should be on your motherboard book diagram. if not try to read the motherboard type and model and post it here if you cannot find the manual it should be simple. often the front panel audio slot is formed with 8 pins 4 by 4 and it should be right bellow it written F_panel or F_audio
Maybe we can wing it if you can send an image of the motherboard closeup on the F_PANEL connections and the wires from the front panel itself, or
get the specific motherboard model during POST so we can try getting URL of manual.
In some instances, the front panel wires are:
Green wire, power on green light +, white wire is power on green light -;
Red & Black, speaker;
Red & white - HDD red activity light indicator where red is HDD + & white is HDD -;
Orange & white - Reset
Black & White - power on
Post back so we can figure things out. Good luck and kind regards.