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#1 12 years ago

I finshed swapping cases and now my pc is not powerin up :( . However I do see the green light beside my memory banks. I havent ever swaped a pc cases but I do have exprince with Power supplies video cards ,so I guess I'm a bit nubish at building computers lol . I installed my motherboard in the new case, and installed the powersupply and all the adapters. My guess Is that I didn't install the little jumpuers from the case to the motherboard. Can someone mabey show me were the belong? My motherboard is a Intel 915 GAV and the case I bought is a BladeX. Thanks in adavance! :cool: -




FN_lewrbm69

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#2 12 years ago

ok have u pluged the power and reset switch in the proper pins on the mother board, even if you think you dod dubbel check it. then look and see if the led (red/green) are in the proper pins. and the green light u see on the mother board only means that the power suply is working and it is conected to the mother board as is the square 12volt.




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#3 12 years ago

Thanks for the repily. Pins are color coded right?




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#4 12 years ago

Maybe,or there is text like "pwr" and "res" or something similar printed on them. Check the manual for the mobo to locate the right pins,the text printed on the mobo itself can be pretty confusing, I know my current board is marked up in a strange way.




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#5 12 years ago

I din't even know were to start with the pins so I did what ever the hell I felt like, I bet thats my problem, I'll dig up some info on my motherboard. Some links would be nice. I never had a manual for the motherbard scince my computer was a prebuild.




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#6 12 years ago
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#7 12 years ago

There should be a little diagram of where each pin should go printed on the motherboard near the panel where you hook the pins up. The pins you need are labeled like so: LC11_21.jpg

The colors do not matter! (I'm not sure if they are color coded correctly for all mobo's/cases, but the text is what counts)




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#8 12 years ago

Ok thanks for the advice guys! I'll post back in a bit...




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#9 12 years ago

Remember that there is positive and negative, so if something like the power LED or reset switch or whatever doesn't work but is connected to the right place, try turning it around.




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#10 12 years ago
VideoslaveI din't even know were to start with the pins so I did what ever the hell I felt like, I bet thats my problem, I'll dig up some info on my motherboard. Some links would be nice. I never had a manual for the motherbard scince my computer was a prebuild.

yeah i'm pretty such you went wrong there. hope you sort it




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