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December 10, 2010 2:10:00 PM

I am trying to install my ecs rc415st-hm motherboard in another case (was originally from Compaq Presario sr 2175x) All i need is the pinouts from the 9 pin front panel connector (pwr, reset, led). I have searched far and near ECS, HP, etc no luck. I can get pictures and drawings but no pinouts. True I could do trial and error, just would rather do it this way. ECS has different pin assignments than ASUS and Gigabyte as I have installed both these MB's in old case and their manuals came with pinouts.
December 10, 2010 5:57:01 PM

Thanks MOSOX, but it appears ECS uses different standard, your suggestion was the same as my ASUS and Gigabyte mobo's. Tried Intel standard and got power up but nothing else.
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January 2, 2011 2:29:49 AM

ufwtwg said:
Thanks MOSOX, but it appears ECS uses different standard, your suggestion was the same as my ASUS and Gigabyte mobo's. Tried Intel standard and got power up but nothing else.




I just happened to have this motherboard, thought I'd chime in. What aren't you getting exactly? In that computer the only other connections are for HDD and power LED's. The intel pin-outs are correct. The reset was never used in that computer, being a built for HP/compaq board. it might not be enabled as a feature. Make sure your positive for the LED's is towards pin 1 or towards the PCI slot. Hope this helped.
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January 16, 2011 1:53:29 PM

NeekoTF said:
I just happened to have this motherboard, thought I'd chime in. What aren't you getting exactly? In that computer the only other connections are for HDD and power LED's. The intel pin-outs are correct. The reset was never used in that computer, being a built for HP/compaq board. it might not be enabled as a feature. Make sure your positive for the LED's is towards pin 1 or towards the PCI slot. Hope this helped.


Thanx NeekoTF, sounds good to me will give another shot with your directions, sounds like this will do the trick.
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January 16, 2011 3:30:30 PM

Again, hope I helped and am not being counter-productive to your goal. Good luck. Hit me up with any other questions about this board.
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January 17, 2011 10:25:31 AM

Hello,
reply to ufwtwg
front panel pinout is:
1\ marked as (o) hdd led
2\ pwr led (coloured) wire not white or black
3\ -hdd led
4\ -pwr led
5\ gnd
6\ pwr sw
7\ reset coloured wire of pair
8\ reset gnd
9\unused
10\key blank no pin

+pwr 2 pwr 4 Pwrsw+ 6 Pwrswgnd 8 Blank 10

+hdd 1 -hdd 3 GND 5 Reset 7 Keypin 9
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