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June 26, 2014 10:12:15 AM

Hello Internet.

I need some help with finishing up a build for a friend. They just wanted a new case so I was like yea sure nothing to hard. But the power button, LEDs and reset button connecter have one to many for the motherboard they have (there are pictures if you don't get what I mean) So I need help figuring out what goes were.

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June 26, 2014 10:25:53 AM

Do you know the model of the motherboard?
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June 26, 2014 10:44:22 AM

BlackPseudicide said:
Do you know the model of the motherboard?


Errrr.... No, How would I find out?
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June 26, 2014 10:57:35 AM

The_Freeman said:
BlackPseudicide said:
Do you know the model of the motherboard?


Errrr.... No, How would I find out?

On the box or on the face of the motherboard it should say.

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June 26, 2014 11:24:44 AM

Is that an OEM board? If it is you're gonna have to guess and check because they aren't meant to be used with other components.
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June 26, 2014 11:29:52 AM

BlackPseudicide said:
The_Freeman said:
BlackPseudicide said:
Do you know the model of the motherboard?


Errrr.... No, How would I find out?

On the box or on the face of the motherboard it should say.



Nope there's nothing just plugs and a green circuit board
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June 26, 2014 11:30:48 AM

Sesameopen said:
Is that an OEM board? If it is you're gonna have to guess and check because they aren't meant to be used with other components.


Yes it is I think. I guess I will guess xD thanks for you help.
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June 26, 2014 3:02:27 PM

REPOST as last time. The OP previously did these same pictures stating about this legacy ancient board and case he has no clue about. Look up the Mobo model on the motherboard itself.. you need to find the writing saying it's name of maker and board number. You may not even have the right connections (mixing different generations of parts). if your that clueless "Errrr.... No, How would I find out?" take it to a Mom and Pop IT store.
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June 27, 2014 12:17:20 AM

Tom Tancredi said:
REPOST as last time. The OP previously did these same pictures stating about this legacy ancient board and case he has no clue about. Look up the Mobo model on the motherboard itself.. you need to find the writing saying it's name of maker and board number. You may not even have the right connections (mixing different generations of parts). if your that clueless "Errrr.... No, How would I find out?" take it to a Mom and Pop IT store.


Thanks Ill try and find the information.
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