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Connect computer i connect 4 pin in motherboard after power go on please tel me how to solve the problem

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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I think you will have the an instruction manual of Packard Bell imedia 5106.In the manual an outline of the motherboard will be given.Figure out power and reset pins in the diagram given.

Usually the pins are at the corners only.
There will be labels near the pins like pwr rst etc.
Try connecting in the same configuration.


Please Rate me ;-) >Karatela

Posted on Dec 07, 2007

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map9966
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SOURCE: how to connect a power in motherboard?

Hi zarathoustra, still have your manual? Go to page 25.
As shown here.
26b4ba3.jpg Little fuzzy.
Need your manual, click this link.
http://www.foxconnchannel.com/EN-US/product/Motherboards/detail_overview.aspx?ID=en-gb0000010

Suggest you save the link.

Good Day!
Mike

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

map9966
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Hi 2VCRSDAD, no I do not think it's a power issue.
When a system starts but than shuts down before you can see any display or hear P.O.S.T. The problem is usually with a device connected to the board or the board. (Suggest you remove the memory & reseat. Making sure it is seated evenly.
Other simple suggestions. Did you check the CPU for bent pins before inserting into the socket? Did you place some thermal grease on the CPU before adding the heat sink & CPU fan assembly? Reset the cmos/bios page 18 in the manual.
Suggest you download the manual from Aopen, click on this link, for the English manual. (It takes a bit to open, wait for it).
ftp://ftp.aopen.com/pub/manual/mb/ax34u-ol-e.pdf

The main site for the Aopen AX34-U is below.
When the above site opens, you will need to set the dropdown menus. "EX:" (Motherboard), (AX34-U). (Driver).
http://global.aopen.com/products_download.aspx

The Aopen AX34-U board does not have a power 4-pin_12v connector. There are a few settings that must be set directly on the board though. Some of these settings refer to the CPU, sound & front case connecters to name a few. The manual is setup nicely. You will find it to be very helpful.
Take you're time going through the manual & setting the motherboards settings. If you find you need help regarding a setting, feel free to post it here & I'll help.

Good Luck!
Mike

Posted on May 18, 2008

bluegreenash
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SOURCE: Gigabyte Motherboard USB Connection

the motherboard manual should have a pin out diagram in the manual for all the pin headers showing you exactly where things go....

Posted on Sep 30, 2008

Chinthakaj
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SOURCE: no pwr to motherboard when 4 pin socket connected.

If it's under warranty, i suggest you take it back to the shop, looks to me you have a factory defect MB.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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