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motherboard has user manual try to read it again, if you do not have manual then use a magnifying glass look for word abbreviated: Pwr- power switch, Re-re-set power, Hd- hard drive etc.. this is where you connect the wire, LED light etc.
Try this, it can help you with your problem. Just follow this steps:
1. Open your computer casing where the motherboard lies in.
2. Remove the memory stick from the DIMM slot.
3. Clean the pins with an eraser of the pencil.
4. Put it back to where it belongs.
5. Find the bios jumper setting on the motherboard(refer to the motherboard manual if you don't know how to do it)
6. Reset the bios and turn it back to normal setting.
7. Close the the CPU casing be sure that the wirings are properly connected back.
8. Power on the computer.
Hope this could help you a lot. Please don't forget to rate me. Thanks..
there is two sets of 4 pin on each with an xtra ground you may not use. Here is the link for your motherboard manual which shows the connections. i.e you can connect your two sets of 4 wires to usb 1 or split them i.e 1 set of 4 on usb 1 and 1 set of 4 on usb 2. http://zhornyak.com/soyo/Soyo_P4X400_Manual.pdf
You should have told me you are missing a manual. If you dont follow thing from it correctly, you can really burn your motherboard. from the usb connectors on the motherboard you see pins like this 1 is set 1 and 2 is set 2. you see those are wrapped in sets from you cable near the end. dont mix them
I put this as a reference to you. Look in your manual to see what it means. I picked p5 and p6 usb from your manual. from what you listed, you should have 8 wires like vcc1 and vcc2 there should also be -d1 and -d2 and +d1 and also a +d2. The 1 is a set and 2 is also a set. Dont mix and match. they have to go in a set.
the +/- wires don;t really mater ! but as a general rule, the writing on the cable connectors should be facing you !
i don;t realy understand what u don;t understand, it-s easy, u guide u're self from the diagram on the motherboard (the one u tried to draw) (in the first raw on the left u put the power led cable, under it the reset cable .....)
there is no problem if u get them wrong, u can't damage anyting, so u can try until u get them right
Chances are, you can download the manual from the website of the manufacturer. That's probably the smart move. Last thing you want to do is try and do connections without it. That's a quick way to go through more than one.
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Your motherboard manual can be downloaded at this link:
If you go to page 2-31 in the above manual the diagram should show you exactly where your front panel power switch connects to your motherboard. You want to connect it to the position marked below as ?ATX Power Switch?.
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