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there must be writen somwhere in the board it self. can you see the panel where you are trying to fit? see the whole board and you see the settings of it. just read what is written downwards to the first pci slots. i think this the setting.
The various wires from the case front panel should be labeled to indicate power LED, HD LED, etc. The motherboard front panel jumper pins should be grouped together and the pins should be labeled to indicate PWR, HD. RST etc. You can go to the motherboard manufacture's WEB site to download a diagram of your model motherboard and it will show all the locations of the connecting pins.
Here is the diagram that shows you how to hook up the wires:
If you still have no video then reseat the memory one stick at a time in one slot at a time.
If you still have no video then reseat the cpu into its slot.
If still no luck try a different stick of RAM by trying it one slot a time.
Last step, unhook the power connectors from your device so the only power connectors that are connected are the power to the motherboard and the p4 connector to the motheboard. Also make sure your power supply is set to 115v. Its the red switch on the back of the power supply.
If none of this works, then the motherboard is bad. Hope this information helps.
Could it be that Micron no longer makes or supports motherboards? You could try a search on the model number, but also look closely at the board for markings for the connectors. When I can't find info I simply start with the power switch connector and use trial and error to get the rest connected and the right direction (an LED won't light if plugged in backwards) - also make sure your using the front panel header and not a USB header!
hi im wesley. ok the power and audio connecters is very simple if you look at the bottom right of the motherboard you will see you can plud them and it says the name of witch is the power and witch is audio and it doesnt realy make a difference witch way you put them in just as long as they are on the right pins. the usb might be a little more tricky unless it says witch connecter is the usb 1&2 then its the same as the power led but if you dont come right i will try to get a diagram for you or draw one up but it might not be as accurate tho as i do not own a asus motherboard but i will do my best.
If you've got the manual goto Chapter 2 page 39 for the arrangement diagram, if your power led is a three pin spacing design use JFP2 otherwise use JFP1, just incase you didn't know pin one is the one with the arrow above it on the back of the plug, the diagram will show you the order, if you don't have the manual you can download it as well as all other updated software and drivers here: