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Originally Posted by Odyn View Post
Alright. I cant get the front USB ports to work on th is motherboard. What gives?

I have both a 7 pin and 4 pin connector (2 diff cases) so why wont they ever work? Ive tried everything, and when I put crap into the USB ports the computer shuts off. This is lame.....................
Make sure you have the two grounds plugged in. Two for each port. Looks like this: (e=empty g=ground p=plugged n=no pin)

[n][g][p][p][p]
[e][g][e][e][e]

Could be slightly different with your ports though..
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It's called connecting the wires to the correct pins on the motherboard. Consult the manual for the correct wire color and pin location and make sure that is congruent with the pin layout of your front usb ports.
Its called your ignorant and didnt read my post.

The Motherboard has a 7 pin connector, while my case only has a 4 pin (i got the 8pin to work).
Perhaps going back to second grade and learning not to read the first and last few words on a post will help you become a stronger person.
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That's ignorant.

I guess I will learn all that stuff next year, 'cause I'm only in 1st grade.

Are the wires from your case colored or not? And a 7 pin connector on the board? Where? I have a DS3L and don't ever remember seeing a 7pin USB connector on the board.
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That's ignorant.

I guess I will learn all that stuff next year, 'cause I'm only in 1st grade.

Are the wires from your case colored or not? And a 7 pin connector on the board? Where? I have a DS3L and don't ever remember seeing a 7pin USB connector on the board.
Yeah they're 10-pin, not 7-pin
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Actually 9-pin Since one isnt present
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Meh, my friend posted that last post for me, I was busy writing an essay. Yeah its 10 pin, but I only have a 4 pin connector. How is it possible to connect it?
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Wow 20 min double post, really odd. Anyway I can delete this post? =x
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I'm building a computer using this motherboard, but i have a problem it wont start and the LED dont work just wondering how i know if i have a faulty motherboard or if i have the power switch not connected correctly but since its labeled PW on the motherboard i dont think its that.

this is how i have it connected

my cm-690 cables labeled as

POWER SW
RESET SW
H.D.D LED
POWER LED -
POWER LED +

on the motherboard it has pins labeled as

+HD+
-MSG+
-RES+
-PW+
-PWR LED +

this is how i have it connected

+HD+ (H.D.D LED)
-MSG+
-RES+ (RESET SW)
-PW+ (POWER SW)
-PWR LED + (POWER LED - POWER LED +)

i tested the PSU to much sure it wasnt faulty using paper clips one in the green and one in the black to create a 12v to make the fan spin on the PSU and it works.

Once i plug it into the motherboard the fan doesnt spin, but the PSU has a light on and the Power button doesnt turn the power on and there is no LED showing that there is power.
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Meh, my friend posted that last post for me, I was busy writing an essay. Yeah its 10 pin, but I only have a 4 pin connector. How is it possible to connect it?
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I'm building a computer using this motherboard, but i have a problem it wont start and the LED dont work just wondering how i know if i have a faulty motherboard or if i have the power switch not connected correctly but since its labeled PW on the motherboard i dont think its that.

this is how i have it connected

my cm-690 cables labeled as

POWER SW
RESET SW
H.D.D LED
POWER LED -
POWER LED +

on the motherboard it has pins labeled as

+HD+
-MSG+
-RES+
-PW+
-PWR LED +

this is how i have it connected

+HD+ (H.D.D LED)
-MSG+
-RES+ (RESET SW)
-PW+ (POWER SW)
-PWR LED + (POWER LED - POWER LED +)

i tested the PSU to much sure it wasnt faulty using paper clips one in the green and one in the black to create a 12v to make the fan spin on the PSU and it works.

Once i plug it into the motherboard the fan doesnt spin, but the PSU has a light on and the Power button doesnt turn the power on and there is no LED showing that there is power.
It's easy to get the case wires configured to the mobo headers, understood. I've done numerous builds and I deal with this situation by taking out the motherboard manual. Install mobo and wiring step by step. The case usually arrives with limited documentation and their wiring is always different than other cases. Go to Newegg, look up the case model, click on manufacturing page, download the case manual and print out the page that shows the header connectors. Between the case wire instructions and the motherboard manual header pins, you'll get it. Usually, the motherboard pins are a top row of pins, and a bottom row of pins. The writing on the wire connectors usually face each other on the centerline of the 2 rows of pins.

Before all this backchecking, make sure you didn't forget to plug in the 4pin CPU plug from the psu into the motherboard just above the cpu socket. Without it, it won't power up. Its easy to forget. g L
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