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Hello guys so as the title says says .
I have an older mobo and some older parts and i have decided to put it all together but i can't find where power/reset HHD led goes on this mobo , and i don't have any manual cause i got it from someone its ECS MCP61PM-GM

This is how it looks maybe someone has the same and can help.

ecs-mcp61pm-gm-socket-am2-motherboard-drivers-2.jpg
Edited by RobotDevil666 - 1/19/11 at 8:59am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RobotDevil666;12066249 
Hello guys so as the title says says .
I have an older mobo and some older parts and i have decided to put it all together but i can't find where power/reset HHD led goes on this mobo , and i dont have and manual cause i got it from someone its ECS MCP61PM-GM

This is how it looks maybe someone has the same and can help.

Why not check ECS's website. Motherboard companies usually have their manuals in digital copies online.
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I did can't find any kind of info about this mobo on ECS website
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look on the mobo ull see pwr sw should be in writing on the board
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RobotDevil666;12066720 
I did can't find any kind of info about this mobo on ECS website

Doing a quick Google search. It looks like it's a board out of a Gateway computer.

Most of the time, companies like HP and Dell have companies make boards for them. And the majority of them use proprietary connectors for the Audio/Front Panel. You might be SOL.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RobotDevil666;12066249 
Hello guys so as the title says says .
I have an older mobo and some older parts and i have decided to put it all together but i can't find where power/reset HHD led goes on this mobo , and i don't have any manual cause i got it from someone its ECS MCP61PM-GM

This is how it looks maybe someone has the same and can help.

ecs-mcp61pm-gm-socket-am2-motherboard-drivers-2.jpg

did you actually google the model, pick the first picture, photobucket it, and post a thread asking where the headers are?

does it look exactly like that? or did you use the vendor id sticker and just blindly search for it?

there should be a 9 pin header near the bottom right of the board in that picture.

Power Switch
--||
::::.
--||
Reset

HDD
||
::::.
||
Power LED


Quote:
Originally Posted by mbudden;12066758 
Doing a quick Google search. It looks like it's a board out of a Gateway computer.

Most of the time, companies like HP and Dell have companies make boards for them. And the majority of them use proprietary connectors for the Audio/Front Panel. You might be SOL.

you're never SOL, as the connectors still just make contact with 2 pins you'd just have to identify them, easy to do by shorting the leads with a jumper/power switch header/screw driver while the machine is off... as it won't hurt to contact the power LED, HDD LED or reset switch while the machine is off.

if you get a spark, you're on the USB port tongue.gif


Quote:
Originally Posted by thisizbrian;12066738 
look on the mobo ull see pwr sw should be in writing on the board
super cheap trash, no header annotation on the silk screen.
Edited by LiNERROR - 1/19/11 at 9:32am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by thisizbrian;12066738 
look on the mobo ull see pwr sw should be in writing on the board

Looked all over it there is no markings.
Quote:
Originally Posted by mbudden;12066758 
Doing a quick Google search. It looks like it's a board out of a Gateway computer.

Checked ECS and Gateway websites before posting i also tried to goole it up but had no luck. frown.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by LiNERROR;12066805 
did you actually google the model, pick the first picture, photobucket it, and post a thread asking where the headers are?

does it look exactly like that? or did you use the vendor id sticker and just blindly search for it?

there should be a 9 pin header near the bottom right of the board in that picture.

Power Switch
--||
::::.
--||
Reset

HDD
||
::::.
||
Power LED

Yes my board does look exactly like this one (not my picture though) .

EDIT: LiNERROR It worked thx +1 .................. thank you for all the replies guys.
Edited by RobotDevil666 - 1/19/11 at 9:36am
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I am having issues with the same motherboard. This motherboard does not have the panel labled. I have a customer who had a pc built, by a different company, with the same motherboard and their case broke. I am currently changing their case out but have looked for 2 days for the manual, a diagram or instructions on how to connect these pins with no luck. I have even contacted several possible vendors with no luck. If anyone have me the manual, a picture or any helpful informationthat they can send me A.S.A.P. I would gladly appreciate it. Thanks... email: divinetech.tb@gmail.com
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