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Don't think the wires are reversed do you? ie you swapped the header by mistake? Doubtful anyways, but sometimes it takes a second for the button to register did you wait a few seconds before trying to push the button again?
Oh and have you tried wiring it the way I posted a few back?
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for the power potion ie the red bit on the bottom
difference between my drawing and the one in the thread is that my red cable actually goes to the power switch header on the motherboard. Where as the one in the thread goes to somewhere on the usb which imo makes no sense on starting the pc because if the pc is off, usb things can't turn it back on unless you turn that feature on in the bios.
I haven't tried this, but it imo makes the most sense because the red + wire is supposed to be connected directly to the button. In that sense that button is just one big momentary switch. Which means if you hook that button to the pwr switch header and the ground to the other side you should now have a complete circuit.
The only modification I could think of to this though is instead of using the pin(the ground?) to the motherboard I'm thinking it's the solder point above it (like above and left 1; if you count the 3.3V as 1 and the white wire as 2, and the red wire as 5 and the last pin is 9 then the connection i'm talking about is 8). but i'm not entirely sure about that one, unless you find out first, i'd try the picture first, then move it along until i find something... btw you might want to try a voltmeter to see where the completed circuit is, although I think you have to hold the power button down as well because it's goign to show as incomplete circuit otherwise.

I have them wired directly to the motherboard PWR switch. I swapped them around(even though I thought it didn't make a difference with wire went to which side of the header), and it does the same thing. I don't have any portion of the USB wired at all. Just the power/ground directly to the motherboard header.. hmm I really want to get this to work because the alternative is drilling a hole through the middle of it and sticking one of my momentary power switches in there..

This is the last thing I need to get working and then I'm done.. and I can clean up this room so I can actually walk around. Lol.

EDIT: I will try wiring to the ground you suggested.
Edited by iinversion - 2/15/12 at 11:25pm
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Then try doing the last suggestion there, pull out a multimeter hold the pwr button down and find where the circuit is complete. I recall there was a way to do it pretty easily... anyways other wise try moving the current ground to pin 8 or 9.

EDIT: I want to say it's pin 9 but it's probably pin 8 that'll work.
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Then try doing the last suggestion there, pull out a multimeter hold the pwr button down and find where the circuit is complete. I recall there was a way to do it pretty easily... anyways other wise try moving the current ground to pin 8 or 9.
EDIT: I want to say it's pin 9 but it's probably pin 8 that'll work.

I wired it up to pin 8 and as I plug the power into the computer (I have to keep swapping out the power outlet for soldering iron/pc) Once I plug it in.. It turns on.. then turns back off seconds later, and I am unable to power it back up with the RF Module.

Here is a list of the pinouts on the RF Module, you are correct with pin 8 being the ground.

1 - 3.3v
2 - usb-
3 - usb +
4 - Ground
5 - power on/off switch / goes to Southbridge 21E (directly from document of pinouts)
6 - Serial Data
7 - Serial CLK
8 - Ground
9 - Goes to pin 16 of J1A1 (extra pin on the back USB port) but is not connected to anything on the RF module. (directly from document of pinouts)


It doesn't matter if I solder the back or the front of the RF Module I assume.. It was easier for me to do the back side so that's what I did.. I suppose I'll try the front side now. Also, I don't have a multimeter to do any of that testing.
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It shouldn't matter front or back, unless the connection isn't happening ie solder they used isn't very conductive or something etc. if that's the case the copper on the front side will help more.at least you don't have to solder if it's on the front, just hold the connections lol.
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It shouldn't matter front or back, unless the connection isn't happening ie solder they used isn't very conductive or something etc. if that's the case the copper on the front side will help more.at least you don't have to solder if it's on the front, just hold the connections lol.

Yeah I didn't think so.. It's still doing the same thing no matter how I end up wiring the things. Turns on, then powers off after a few seconds, and then I cannot power it on. I am about to give up lol.
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Sounds like the power button is getting held down.

Check to see if anything is getting stuck?
     
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Sounds like the power button is getting held down.
Check to see if anything is getting stuck?

No the power button is not being held down. It is as if the circuit is never closed, always open.

I wired it back to my power switch and cut the power switch wires & spliced it back together. Then where the splices were for each of the wires I took the wires I had coming off the RF Module and held each one to the appropriate splice.. The computer turned right on.. as if the circuit was completed and then back off... like the circuit is just staying open.
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Yeah I didn't think so.. It's still doing the same thing no matter how I end up wiring the things. Turns on, then powers off after a few seconds, and then I cannot power it on. I am about to give up lol.

Well if you give me a few days, I'm heading to my parents I'll probably take the RF board with me and I can try there. frown.gif i can't finish my build there because all the stuff I ordered hasn't even crossed the US/Can border yet.... =_+ snail mail sucks just kuz i wanted to try to save on brokerage.
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Well if you give me a few days, I'm heading to my parents I'll probably take the RF board with me and I can try there. frown.gif i can't finish my build there because all the stuff I ordered hasn't even crossed the US/Can border yet.... =_+ snail mail sucks just kuz i wanted to try to save on brokerage.

Welp, it's not going anywhere 'til I make it work lol. 'cuz I also broke my two momentary power switches.. so unless I buy another one I gotta make this RF module work.
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man that sucks. well then that's some motivation for me to do some of the wiring first.
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