Please help. I am building a new computer and I am in the process of installing an ECS A75F-M2 motherboard into a HEC 6BRBBB mid tower case. The problem I am having is that the motherboard only has 2 pins reserved for the power LED, but the power LED connector on the case has 3 holes. The case connector has each end cavity terminated to a wire and the center cavity is just empty. The mobo has 9 pins designated for the front I/O panel, 6 are occupied by a 2 cavity power button connector, a 2 cavity reset button connector and a 2 cavity HDD LED connector. This leaves 3 pins open but the 2 that are designated for the power LED are on one end and the last pin is on the other end and it is designated in the mobo maual as "RSVD Reserved". I have looked online for alternate configurations for this case, but I can't find any thing. The case didn't come with any kind of maual either. Does anyone have any ideas? Also, another problem I am having is trying to figure out which cavities are positive and which are negative, since the case didn't come with a manual. Each of the I/O connector have either a colored wire and a white wire or a colored and a black wire, I would assume that the black and the white wires are the negative cavities, but I'm not 100% sure. Also, the colored wire cavities have arrows above them on the connector. Any thoughts on this as well?
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12/10/11 at 6:19pm