Question about Intel Desktop Board D815EEA2 Motherboard

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Motherboard i unplugged my power supply, speaker, led display all from the mother board and now my computer won't power on i need a manual for my mother board I unplugged the ' power LED, H.D.D. LED, and the Power SW'. I think everything is fine. I need to know the way they plug back in. i have a d815 ehm with dell logo i m here to know that how to hook up yhe power hdd and other leds on my board

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  • leroyfred644 Mar 20, 2009

    I cannot for the life of me figure out how to connect power leds, power switch, power reset, & h.d.d. led. Board comes with no instructionsw that I can understand.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    I unplug a bunch of wires by accident near the front panel on the mother board. one of them is for the power switch at the front. The other on is labeled HDD LED. I don't know which jumpers should be plugged into which pin. Can you help


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To download you're manual for the D815EEA2, please click the link below.
You need to go to page 85.
motherboard - 7482c11.jpg Starting at Pin 1 (Hard drive LED) is positive + & pin 3 is ground -. Next, Power LED, Pin 2 is + & pin 4 is ground - .
Letter C, is for the reset switch, Pin 5 is + & pin 7 is - .
Power on/off switch, pin 6 is + & pin 8 is - .
The letter I is used for the internal speaker. The positive pin number 16 & ground pin number 10, letter G

Good Luck!
Have more questions? Please feel free to ask.

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso Jun 02, 2008

    There is no Intel D815EHM anywhere on Intel's web site.

    The above is for the Intel D815EEA2, though it may help you.

    The main title at the top of the post listed the D815EEA2 board. I did see you're board until after I read you're post. I had this information loaded for another user. Again if you're jumper block is close to the discription above than this may work for you as well. If not, please disregard..


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