Question about Asrock P4i65G Motherboard
When looking at the motherboard, position yourself so that the RAM slots are running vertically on the right side of the board. The PCI and AGP slots should be running horizontally on the lower left side of the board.
In the bottom right of the board, you will see a block that has 9 pins, a row of 4 on the top and a row of 5 on the bottom.
The middle pins, one above the other, are the power button connectors. Insert your PWRBTN# on the top and the GND wire onto the botton pin.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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