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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Upgrading BTX Motherboard
Hi, I think you are looking at the front USB pin aray connector. The on/off switch and LED light pins are usualy along the edge of the board nearest the front of the case. They will be marked with ID: lettering:- pwrs, hdd led, rs-sw, pwr led. If your case has one block plug you will haave to gently seperate the segments and plug them on one at a time. The power and reset switch will work either way but the LED will only work when plugged the right way around, it wont do any harm if they are plugged backwards they just wont work, so experiment. regards mistyman
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
It does mention in your manual (top of pg. 28 -notes), that in order to use the HD Front Panel Audio connector the pin configuration are different than the AC97 connections. Your current case is set up for AC97. You will have to contact Mfg. for the case click the link for Gladiator support:
You can try this, open up your control panel, look for an icon that's named Sound Effects Manager. Open it. Click speaker configuration.
This is part of Realtec's software. This is where you can setup & check both front & back ports (Audio & Mic).
If this part of Realtec did not install goto Gigabyte & down load your audio software & re-install it. (Just a suggestion).
Hope this helps. If you make the call it will be a fix.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
try to look on the wires of the casing. you can see the names on it of each wires.
PWR LED are the light on the case of your cpu(steady light)
+HD- is led light of hardisk.
+PW- is the switch of you power button.
+RES- is the switch of your reset button.
+SPEAK- speaker of your computer that is located on the front of your casing. it has a hole on it so that you just can insert a speaker with a rc jack aside from the rear casing of your speaker.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
SOURCE: abit NF-M2S Power Led Connector
The model number for your Abit motherboard is incorrect (Abit doesn't list one with it). I think I might have found what you really have, though. If so, the power LED attaches to the opposite side of the speaker connector, which is next to another set of headers. You should see it notated as such on the MB, too.
Feel free to take a look at it, and see if it matches what you have:
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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