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post #15421 of 28613
OK to turn on computer use a screwdriver to short pins 6 and 8 in the F_PANEL connection block, pin # 3/4 from left in the upper row. Just touch the two together until pc comes on then release from short. If it starts You can either switch off at psu or short pins 6 and 8 together until computer shuts off, but run long enough to see post screen all the way through to no OS message.

At this point if it doesn't start, it's possible you have a bad board and though frustrating, it's happened to many of us.
    
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post #15422 of 28613
Thanks man, im calm dont worry.
Just a question to your answer... to make sure I understand it correctly.
You want me to make the screwdriver touch pins 3 and 4 at the same time right?
That would make sense since its the power pins. But im not sure I understand what you're saying about pins 6 & 8 also from the upper row to the left? Or? Sorry if im asking silly questions just want to be perfectly certain
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post #15423 of 28613
3. Is it possible to add to more red led side fans and connect them to the button that switches the leds off?
Yes it is possible but its going to require that you buy the dual line CM fans. Otherwise your gonna have to add another switch on the back. The perfect place is right under the handle of the side panel. There is a pilot hole there already and I fit a cold cathode switch into there and it works great and its easy to get to.
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So there is a wire that comes down from the light switch button. And the led fans connect to this wire. So they need seperate wire for led and not combined with the power right?. Also is there any free connectors on the wire from the button, so you can it can control the extra led fans.
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Answer: You must wire in your other fans because the plug is only for the onboard fans only.
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Originally Posted by Seven9st surfer & Enigma8750 View Post
LED CONTROLLER



Notice that the RIGHT side of the Terminal feeds the power each circuit on the LEFT. Now The BLACK wire is NEGATIVE and the YELLOW wire is the 12 V +


YouTube- Terminal Block Installation Guide (Part 1 of 5)

With this solution you use a terminal Block with the power wire of each unit that you want to control and let the one switch control them all.
If you plan on hooking up more LEDs to your Control Panel Switch. Use this Wiring diagram.
    
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post #15424 of 28613
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Originally Posted by peacemain View Post
Update: Heres what I did:

I did the bench test and the jumper test (psu worked btw). Did everything you & the guide said. However one thing I dont understand - how am I supposed to start the computer when theres obviously no "power button" to speak of.
Im refering to your last line "switch on psu and attempt to start computer."
Anyways, with the PSU turned and with speakers on I just had alot of (is it white?)noise, the light on the mobo buttons, but no post beep or screen.
I'm entering the phase of "screwitalltohellishallstartmoterbikinginsteadyesi ndeed" :-D
Your motherboard has a built in power and rest switch so you don't need the case switch hooked up also there shouldn't be any white noise from a speaker that plugs into the motherboard, maybe you should be reading your manual, this is the speaker I'm talking about, it plugs into the motherboard.
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post #15425 of 28613
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Thanks man, im calm dont worry.
Just a question to your answer... to make sure I understand it correctly.
You want me to make the screwdriver touch pins 3 and 4 at the same time right?
That would make sense since its the power pins. But im not sure I understand what you're saying about pins 6 & 8 also from the upper row to the left? Or? Sorry if im asking silly questions just want to be perfectly certain
Yes the actual pin address in the block is 6 and 8 , but they are physically 3 and 4 from the left in the top row. If you look at the block on the left side it is labeled

2
1

and they are laid out like this

2 4 6 8 10 12 ....
1 3 5 7 09 11.....
Edited by Rockr69 - 11/27/10 at 10:08am
    
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post #15426 of 28613
Yep kev_b is right. The power and reset switch is up by the 24 pin connector on the board. Thanks kev. I feel like a noob now
    
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They aren't silly questions. That is what we are here for
    
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post #15428 of 28613
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Yep kev_b is right. The power and reset switch is up by the 24 pin connector on the board. Thanks kev. I feel like a noob now
Don't feel like a noob.
Its better when bench testing to actually use the screwdriver to short the pins.
It rules out that it could be a problem with the mobo buttons.

It just pinpoints where the problem is more.

You can just try both methods too to start it up.
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post #15429 of 28613
  • It sounds like the CMOS reset is in the wrong config. Check this first to see if it is in the Reset mode.
  • Here is my two cents.
  • When you have a problem like this the best thing to do is start all over.
  • Tear it all down and reset your PSU by just unplugging it and turning the power switch off.
  • Then I want you to unplug every plug and the disassemble the Entire unit including pulling the ram.
  • Then check your Stand offs that connect the MOBO to the case. I have made this error three times so don't feel bad, it is a normal mistake with Motherboard and usually doesn't cause any problems other than not allowing your MOBO to turn on..
  • Some motherboard want 9 pins and some want 10 and some want 8 so pull that MOFO, I mean MOBO out and check every standoff to a hole in the MOBO.
  • check your cpu for proper placement. I know it is elementary but it is always the simple stuff that gets you.
  • Mount your CPU Heat sink.
  • Mount your Mobo in the Scout.
  • Then hook up your 24 pin and your 8/4 Pin cpu wire. NOT the 8 pin Invidia or 4 pin GPU wire.
  • Now use the screwdriver and turn on the system remembering to plug in the PSU turn the switch back on and then jumper the two pins that start the mobo. NO fans yet. Just the main Mobo.
  • Now turn off the power on the back of the PSU.
  • Plug in one fan at the time. Rear first. check to make sure that the pins in the sockets are seated correctly.
  • Once you have ruled out the fans then plug in your Graphics card. and try again. Each time you do something turn it on and then turn it back off and then go to the next step. Make your hard drive the very last step..

Edited by Enigma8750 - 11/27/10 at 10:09am
    
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post #15430 of 28613
Alright, just did both the screwdriver thing and the also pressed the powerbutton(duh, I should have told myself). Alas nothing happened at all. Next I isolate the problem yes? I know the PSU and the GFX works. The question is the RAM, the CPU, and the mobo. I have a feeling its the mobo. But anywho - is there a way to isolate those components without having spare parts(which I dont, not ones that fit in those parts anyways)

Well, thanks for all your help, really
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