Question about Intel Motherboard
Where do I connect speaker on mainboard MSI K9A2GM.
The cable (black and red twinned) is loose and i don´t know where to put it?
Cabel POWER LED E is also just hanging. Is it supposted to be connected somewhere?
The same for cable AC´97??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Mother Board connection
Go to the site below. Its a manual for the 800/i65GV group. Go to page 67 and zoom in. You'll get a nice look where everything goes. Two rows of pins. Upper row and bottom row. Real close to each other. Do not place connectors up to down. Connect only left to right.
The reset connector has two pins. One will be white or black. These are - grounds. So connect it to the bottom row onto the most right two pins. Moving to your left. Skip one pin. Take the Power Switch a two pin connector. Remember Black & White is ground & ground goes to your right for both rows of Mb pins.
Go to IDE_LED next. Its the last two pins towards your most left of the bottom row of pins. Move to the upper row & the power LED. Same as the bottom row keping the grounds to your right. Lastly is the speaker. Its connector holds four pins but you only use two. One in each end.
Good luck & please vote....
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
SOURCE: CONNECTION MOTHER BOARD MSI 7043
connection to the motherboard as per your query is not critical. you can do trial and error method, since an LED connected in reverse will not damage it, but just show no glow. so just reverse again, if it glows then its okay if still no glow then the LED is dead. Anyway, if you need the manual you can download from this link: http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?func=downloadfile&dno=3825&type=manual
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
Those are really tricky and always vary from motherboard to motherboard.
without the exact model no one will be able to tell you exactly. But I'd recommend that you start out with the power (pw) plug and try trial and error. The only ones really necessary are the pw and reset. the only 2 that are polarity sensitive are the HDD light and pw led.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Most mobo's have the connection points printed on them. Use a strong flashlight and look for some pins that have the following words printed near them (PW or PWR, RS or RST, HDD LED, etc) They should all be grouped together in the same corner of the mobo. Have you tried googling the motherboad name to find a manual? I have done that on a few occasions and got lucky.
Posted on May 01, 2009
I've built a PC myself, each connector had text on it to say what it was and one arrow on it in relief, don't know wether that indicated plus or minus anymore.
Anyway, I recommend you just plug them in, and try to boot the PC. If it doesn't boot, switch the Power SW connector around, then it should boot. Do the same with the LED connectors, and it should work just fine!
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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