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« on: November 12, 2003, 04:55:38 AM »

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Hi, how is everyone doing? I just have a few questions to ask.  I'm building my own computer and i need some help.  I have the main parts completed.  I'm having difficulty knowing where some wires go on the motherboard.  Heres the situation.

I have a ASUS A7N8X Deluxe NVIDIA nForce2 w/ Dolby Sound Motherboard and i put everything in.  But im left with some extra wires that are coming out from the FRONT of the Case.  Now let me tell you a bit about the case.  The case has two rod lights at the side and in the center near the bottom there is a fan that also glows blue.  Now the wires that are coming from the front of the case im not sure if they have anything to do with the fan or lights.  But anyways here what the wires are.

First- Theres seperate wire a 2-pin wire (red/white) that
reads HDD LED, i'm not sure where this wire goes on the motherboard.

Second- There are a total of eight 1-pin wires that i don't know where they go.  4 of the 8 wires are all enclose in one cable and at the end of each four wires read:

1.  +5V
2.  +D
3.  -D
4.  Ground

and the next 4 of 8 wires are identical to the ones i stated above.

so there are 2 sets of four 1-pin wires.

I'm not sure where these wires go on the motherboard.  Please if anyone can give me some help or advice i would really appreciate ti.  Thank you very much.

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« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2003, 04:20:06 PM »

Hi,

The wire with the HDD LED is goes to the motherboard. It is for the hard drive LED, look it up in your motherboard manual.

Are your two rod lights and fan that glows blue working?
Can you not follow the other two connectors to find out what is attched to it at the other end?
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« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2003, 06:51:00 PM »

Ok, i'll check up on the HDD LED thing.  About the other rods... ummm the thing is i haven't even checked if my PC works bcause i'm still waiting on my Video card and Monitor that should be here my the end of the week.  SO when i get those two last items i'll check back here and tel you if the fan works.  Thanks.
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« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2003, 06:42:53 PM »

Any luck figuring this out?
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