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Where to plug on/off and resets?

Power sw,power led, reset, were to plug?

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Hi ironjohn20, please open your manual to page 11. Look for the letter "R" which is called, Front Panel Header. This is where you connect the case LEDs to the motherboard. A decription of what goes where at the bottom of page 39.
where to plug on/off and resets? - 61279ab.jpg You can download the manual in PDF format directly from Intel by clicking on this link; http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=2229&lang=eng
Choose your operating system from the drop down menu & click GO. The manual is located at the bottom of the page, number 8.

Good luck ironjohn20!
If I can help further just ask.
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Manual is here
http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d101ggc/sb/d3458804_en1.pdf

you'll need a pdf reader program on your computer adobe is one

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Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Connetors front panel

you will see underneath the panel pins, where they are supposed to go, there will be +HD Led-, in this case it is positive to the left and negative to the right, work out which wire is your positive, usually red.
When you power up check that the Power Light is on and HDD light is flashing, if they arent take the connector out and turn it around.
If this doesnt work please post you Mobo Serial number here

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SOURCE: wires connection

If you know where the board came from i.e. a dell laptop model number or dell desktop model number this would help.

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This is a link to the Dell Dimesion 8400 spec for that board.

The E210882 is commonly the D865GLC motherboard from intel spec is here.


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SOURCE: power sw, reset sw, HDD led motherboard connectors

Fiend your solution direct from intel. Here is your solution........

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