The other day I plugged in my headphones into the headphone jack on the front of my Corsair 550D and accidently hit the reset switch.
Obviously i dont want it to happen again so I'm wondering if I could just simply unplug the reset button from my Asus Sabertooth Z77 motherboard. Its a pretty stupid question but I was just wondering if the motherboard would refuse to post or something if it didnt detect the reset switch. Any help would be appreciated, thanks
No problem! Some cases don't even feature a reset switch.
By the way, I don't see how a reset switch would cause a system not to post. In its default state, it's basically just an extention for the header on the motherboard.
Thanks man, I just thought Asus may be fussy about it. I'm a bit paranoid because this is my first build and when I was 9 I used to love opening up and messing around things on my first PC and fucked it up in the process.