Question about Chips M863G V1.5 Motherboard
My front panel switch/LED header on M863G motherboard is different from the connector of my Compaq Pressario case. How can I solve the problem without buying new case.
If your connector on the compaq case is a single conector for all the leads for the switch and LEDs, then make a diagram of how the pinout of the motherboard header, a pictorial or what ever is easiest for you . and label the connections.
Next trace out the wires to the switch and LED on the case and and identify them. use tape to pair them up or label.
I would then remove the wires from the connector and then reposition the the wires to match your header or pinout. That would be one way to fix the difference in pin out between connectors.
The only problem I see is if the new case connector is totaly different and would not plug on the header, unless some modification is made.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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