My wiring was pulled off my board and i put it all back but i dont know if it is all in the right order because when i go on the internet for so long my screen goes blue and i get some writing telling me that windows is shuting down in order to protect my computer and i do not know much about computers at all
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Re: wiring of motherboard
The blue screen you are seeing is known as the BSOD (blue screen of death).
Usually the BSOD is associated with a hardware fault, if you are saying that you have just been moving your motherboard cables about, you had better go back and check the security of the harddrive data cable (the grey flat one) and the security of the memory sticks in their slots.
If they are sound then you will need to download harddrive diagnostic tools from the harddrive manufacturers site and memtest86 to test the memory with.
Memory is better tested by substitution as memtest can take hours to run.
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The wire placement is usually written small right on the motherboard. Each front panel connector should be labeled. Here is the owner's manual for the motherboard: http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d815eea/EA_ENGLISH.PDF (Hint: Copy the whole link to notepad, make it all one long sentence, copy again and past into your browser)
please click follow: http://www.pctechguide.com/tutorials/MBoard_USB.htm
acording the table and picture you can make easy to correct your USB connection.
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hey look close to the nearby processorin motherboard there is 9 pin (depends on motherboard) for power and for reset button... close your eyes to motherboard at that place you will find also the name which are mention in motherboard e.g. power and reset in motherboard just plug red wire in power and and green for reset ( depends on motherboard) you an chk manually ...
The error message indicates you posted (power button green, video on the screen... keyboard failure error message). But your comments indicate the power button is yellow/orange. That indicates a "no post".
If the power button is yellow, disconnect everything from the motherboard, but the connections for the power supply and control panel (power button). Turn it back on.
If you get a green power button, and the system beeping at you add the memory back in. All four slots MUST be filled!!! If it's still green, add the video card back in. If that works, keep adding things one at a time until it either works, or you know what's causing the problem.
If you get a yellow button, check your heatsink. You just replaced the motherboard. You might not have gotten it right the first time. If everything is tight, and all the power connections are tight and plugged in (if I remember right, there should be a 20 pin and a 4 pin connector), it might actually be a bad board. Try swapping the old board back in and see if you get a different response (if so, the new board is bad).
...if its onboard(Meaning built into the botherboard) how did you take it out?? Puting in any Video card that fits will at least get you to bios. If you want to start windows though, you will need to re install windows, as it will think it was copied from one computer to another(It looks at the motherboard.)
This board I think is an OEM board built by Asus for HP computers. Also named Pegasus.
Go here to find a PDF manual for that particular board - http://www.ctechinfo.org/manuals/pegasus_manual.pdf
On page 22, the last page, it shows you the pin-out for the connections for the front panel, ie - power button, reset, led's, etc. Hope this helps.
Hi, dont loose faith.
If you look on your mother board along the edge closest to the front of the case you will see a series of pins, usualy about 10 pins.
Printed on the board will be the names of the plugs that match. The wires from the front of the case have corresponding names.
The power and reset switch will work no matter witch way around you put them.
The HDD led and the pwr led will only work one way so if these lights dont work, just reverce the plugs. If desperate you can bridge two pins together at a time until you get the on/off switch. Note you cant hurt anything unless you use a hammer.