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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi joe, if you're question refers to ECS 945GCT-M motherboard, than goto page 12 in the manual. You'll see this
Please read all of pg.12.
It's my guess you bought this board from powerspec. For now forget the two red wires & just hook up the case's wires for all LED's & on/off. Everything should be just fine.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
To "test' the power supply; remove the 4-Pin power connector, and the 20-Pin ATX power connector. Jumper the Green Wire (power supply enable) to a Black Ground Wire (there are several to choose from, just pick one). The fan on the power supply should spin up, and you should be able to test the voltage outputs at that point.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
i just bought a emachines as well and i noticed when purchasing a new video card that it required a 450 watt power supply, so i went to check and see how much the one i had just purchased had and of course it was 250! that is soooo low, anywho, what i am sayin is if you think that you are going to add any drives or a after market vid card then yes you need to replace the powersupply in ur emachines with at least a 500 watt, they are like 50 to 100 dollars at tigerdirect
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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