Question about Intel Motherboard
I just replaced bad MS 7207 mobo with new one, but I have forgot where some of the connections go. They are a series of 3 2 pin connectors and the headers that go with them, but it is the headers that I am not sure of. One has a red and white wire to it, one has a white and black wire, and one has a white and green.
Near the CMOS battery in the Very corner are little leads sticking up out of the board. They should be color coded. That's if the mobo is a v2- otherwise check on MSI's site for a service manual.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
SOURCE: Front Panel Connection Problem
if you look at the PDF file here:
On page 68 you can see it more clearly. Just enlarge the file.
do you know the make and model of the case?
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
SOURCE: Intel Desktop Board #D850MV
Here is the tech sheet from Intel.
The front panel connections are listed on page 72, table 46. With options on the following pages.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
That is a link to the manual of the board...page 56 tells you which pin is which.....now for your case?? Well I have ran into that quite frequently.....and basically you will need to know where the wires are going to the front panel....I have had times where they were not even labeled at all and had to remove the front just to see where each wire went on the front
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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