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go in to cmos or del key at startup esc key f10 f2 key should do it

Zerus Computers... | Answered on May 18, 2014

in your cmos del key f2 or f10

Zerus Computers... | Answered on Apr 19, 2014

it is written in the motherboard..
re-reset botton
pw- power botton
hdd led- hard disk led
pw LED- power led

the code is pin 1....

Zerus Intel... | Answered on Dec 09, 2012


do you have a wireless network set up does the PC find the wireless net-work also you can try using a Cell phone to find the wireless net-work. then if you are able to get the cell phone on the wireless net-work that means you should be able to get the PC on it also.

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Zerus Intel... | Answered on Jan 23, 2011


If you do not have pdf viewing capabilities, your browser will prompt you to install the plugin, please allow this install once you've followed the above link. In the pdf document, refer to table 48, on page 71 for how to connect your front panel.

Zerus Intel... | Answered on Nov 22, 2010

Just parallel to Power LED button you find HDD or IDE LED button, the red coloured wire should be top and the white coloured towards reset connection.

Zerus Intel... | Answered on Sep 11, 2010


If you don't get beep sound after removing the RAMs, it means that the mothetboard may have problem.

Hope this helps.

Zerus Intel... | Answered on Jun 13, 2010

check your start up files what gets preloaded get software like reg cure it will show what is been loaded on sartup

Zerus Intel... | Answered on May 31, 2010

Something like this
Everything better will be held back by your pc.

Zerus Intel... | Answered on May 08, 2010

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:
(Hint: Copy the whole link to notepad, make it all one long sentence, copy again and past into your browser)

Zerus Intel... | Answered on Mar 29, 2010

bcd to excess3 code converter pin connection diagram

Zerus Intel... | Answered on Mar 03, 2010

If you no longer have the manual for you're Intel D815EEA motherboard, open the link provided and download it; http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=17793&ProdId=385&lang=eng
You will also need Adobe reader installed to view the manual; http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/
Read over pages 65 to 68.
Once completed turn to page 68 Figure 23. Front Panel connectors. Figure 23 shows two views.
View - (left figure), shows J9C1 as you look down at the front panel pins. The right figure will not be needed. Connect each jumper or each pair as shown.
Wire colors are important and do vary from case to case. The common color of each pair will most likely be used for negative. Wire colors such as blue, light blue, green, light green, red and light red are commonly used as positive.
Pin 1 will be positive and pin 3 will be negative. This is letter - C. Hard drive activity LED.
Pin 2 is positive and pin 4 is negative. Case power LED, and so forth.
As mentioned on page 65, the case front panel pins use 5 volts DC. If you make a mistake and place a jumper backwards (No LED light), just power off the switch on the back of the power supply and correct the jumper by turning it 180 deg. If you’re case’s LEDs do not light up than you will need to connect letter G and letter H. The electronic circuits under the motherboard should supply all 16 motherboard pins with the 5 volt DC and ground needed.


Zerus Intel... | Answered on Feb 28, 2010

from the 1 pin that is single without pair..disregard that then put the pw button.. to make sure short it using a philips or long nose.. if you find the power on button...or just find first the power button by shorting the pins...

the sequnce are pw button reset button pw led hdd led..you just nid to align them to the power button..

hope i've help you..


Zerus Intel... | Answered on Feb 06, 2010

Why you should take out all the DIMMS? Taking it out will not power on your computer. Memory card or DIMM(Dual Inline Memory Module) is essential for the motherboard to operate properly or else it will not function and make your monitor comes with no display. You should insert it back from the memory slot to make your computer operational.

I hope this information could help you..:-) Thanks..

Zerus Intel... | Answered on Dec 27, 2009

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