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Upgrade Mobo on HP Elite 9150t

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November 17, 2010 1:30:59 AM

I have an HP Elite 9150t that had one of those defective motherboards and got tired of the problems. I decided to buy the Asus Rampage III GENE to replace the Pegatron mobo. I have had problems connecting it as some of the pins are different, etc. If anyone has replaced their HP Elite mobo with the Gene III could you help me connect mine?
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November 17, 2010 4:32:31 AM

You mean the front panel pins? The power connectors? Be more specific and give details.
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November 17, 2010 1:28:43 PM





This is the old one I had. I didnt hook up the front panel pins anywhere because there was no spot for them. so my front 1394, seaker output, USB, and LED lights dont work. Basically I dont know how to put it back together to the way it was. After I started I realized alot of the connections to the motherboard wouldnt work. The HP pocketdrive and easy backup were left disconnected from the mobo as i figured i didnt really need it. I guess my big problem is I need some sort of guide to help me put everything back together. :cry: 





This is the new motherboard
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November 17, 2010 3:26:59 PM

My front panel connection that includes speaker, PWR, ground, and LED lights is a 9 pin connection with 1 blocked off. I dont have my camera on me but the order goes like this:

(RED) (GREEN) (BLACK) (BLACK) (BLOCKED OFF)
(YELLOW) (BLUE) (EMPTY) (EMPTY) EMPTY)

MY Media card reader is a 4 Pin with 1 blocked off.
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November 17, 2010 5:29:03 PM

If the connector physically fits the front panel (look carefully, don't push hard) you can switch around your connectors to fit what's on the motherboard. Tag every wire to know which is which first, should be indications for that on the motherboard.
http://www.frontx.com/head_con.html


If it doesn't fit and you know which is what you can improvise something or get something like this
http://www.amazon.com/CB-FRPAN-Individually-Sleeved-Spe...

cut the male headers of the wires and connect them to your case wires.

If you don't know the pinout follow the wires to the front panel.




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