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Motherboard requires 2 positive LED, but I only have one

I'm replacing my old MSI mainboard, with a biostar TA790XE. I ran into a snag, the board has 2 positive power led, however the case only has one. The case is a Rosewill 5600 series. I'm not sure what to do now

I build this system about 3 years ago, and had no issues then.

Any help would be greatly appreciated
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  1. I should correct myself, It's not "required" the manual (and the mobo) shows 2 Power LED (+) and one (-).

    So a follow up question here, if I were to use only 1 of the (+) and leave the other one alone, would that be ok? And if so which one should I use
  2. The manual for the case itself ( it's a rosewill 5600 series) uses this diagram for the Power LED/PLED:

    PLED+ PLED-
    ■ □ ■

    The motherboard looks like this

    PWR_LED

    + + -
    □ □ □



    So I ask again, should Ignore one of the anodes (+)? Or do I need some sort of converter?
  3. Best answer
    Just plug into the - and the nearest +,
    you shouldn't have any issues
    Moto
  4. Motopsychojdn said:
    Just plug into the - and the nearest +,
    you shouldn't have any issues
    Moto



    thanks, it working fine now
  5. Best answer selected by jdb1980.
  6. np man, glad to help, thank you for B.A.
    Moto
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