Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
Get a magnifying glass and use it to look at the little connectors on the ends of the wires. The connectors usually have small print to show PWR (power), RES (reset), PWR LED or P-LED (power indicator light) and so on. On the motherboard look for a group or cluster of tiny pins sticking up from the motherboard, usually located near the edge of the board furthest from the processor socket. Your magnifier may allow you to read the fine print on the board near the pins.
Posted on Oct 05, 2014
If you can describe the problem by listing the wore colours and any lettering on them, I might be able to help. Also the motherboard you are trying to connect to as I need to find out the Fpanel pinout
To help you initially.
1.) Wires that are grouped in a series of Red Green white and black are commonly the USB connectors which will go to the uSB headers.
2.) Black and white wire coupled together as a 2 pin is usually the power switch which goes to the Fpanel header
3.) Any wires that appear to be fused in a plastic type sheath are sensor wires.
I'd first try tracing the source of the wires and see where they lead on the front panel, note these down and repost
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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