Question about MSI 651M-L Motherboard
Hopefully you can help me. I am installing the MSI 651-V Motherboard and I want to make sure I am hooking up the power, reset, and LEDs the right way. I dont want to fry the board I just waited so long to get. I couldnt seem to find anything else and I am hoping to get this project of building my new computer done today.
Thank you for listening,
This applies directly to the MS-7082 motherboard. I was able to see that some pins are indeed labeled. Looking at the board where the pins are in the lower left position, starting on the right, on the outside (the green pins) are for the power LED. One looks like it has the colors striped. That's the positive terminal. (if lite won't lite, revers connection) The next two are black. That's for the power switch. Again, one is designated as positive. On the other row, there were no indicators to show what is what.
However, there may actually be some common placement of the connectors. I have two motherboards that I'm swapping out. One is the MS-7082 and the other is a P5GC-MX from ASUS. The ASUS manual shows the same pin placement for the power led and switch. It shows the same missing pin in the same position. I'm betting the other two connectors will be the same. The HD LED is the first two on the right (or the two red connectors). The next three (blue) are for the reset switch. On the ASUS, only the right two connectors are for the reset switch. This may be the only place where testing will have to be done. That last pin has a plus on it and the reset switch does have positive and negative connectors. I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
It easy to insert the connector of Reset, Power, And LED
Becuse everything is used to be properly written ur motherboard,
Checkout for the lower left corner of ur motherboard.(Behind the FDD Connector's right corner)
Hookup the connection by reading on down of the every PINs on your board.
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