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K7N2GM-V Front Panel Connectors JFP1/JFP2
« on: 11-June-05, 18:23:59 »

Hiya
Sorry if this is a dumb question, but this is my first build and first post to this forum!

I cannot figure out which cable (wire) connects to which pin at JFP1. I need to know which way the pins needs to be connected.
ie HDD Led (pin1/pin3), which color goes where? (pin1: white  / pin3: red) etc

The colors I have from the case is as follows:
Power Led:      white/green
Power Switch:  white/orange
Reset Switch:   white/blue
HDD Led:         white/red
Speaker:          red/black

The CPU is positioned correctly, the 4pin power attached. Monitor connected to onboard video. When I turn on the power, the monitor does not respond, the CPU fan works fine. The front LEDs (greeen and red) is on and steady, no activity.

Hope someone can help me out...
Thanks in advance.

-Shareef
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« Reply #1 on: 11-June-05, 20:39:55 »
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  • for the switches it doesn't matter which way round they go

    the coloured wire is always the (+) connection on the LEDs. try them one way round, if they don't come on, then turn around, they won't get harmed

    note that your case PWR LED connects to the connector on JFP2 not JFP1. you may need to gently cut it in half if it only fits in a two pin connector




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    « Reply #2 on: 13-June-05, 00:20:06 »

    Thank you much for your reply, it was very helpful! But, I still seem to have a problem.
    The monitor does not work, keep saying to activate via pc. The monitor is in working order. I tried using a video card instead of the onboard video connection and still the same result.
    There is no error beeps, just the "green" LED comes on, on startup, the CPU fan is working and as I said nothing from the monitor! Any suggestions would be very welcome!
    Thanks in advance.

    -Shareef
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    « Reply #3 on: 13-June-05, 00:28:37 »
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  • shareef, now is the time to tell us more about your system details and PSU specs to save us all guessing....

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    « Reply #4 on: 13-June-05, 00:39:47 »

    I am sorry, I should have mentioned the details in the begining !

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    Corrsair ValueSelect 1GB (2 x 512MB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM Unbuffered DDR 400 (PC 3200) Dual Channel Kit System Memory - Retail.

    PSU
    Antec 300w ATX12v (v1.3)

    Seagate Harddrive (new) & Plextor CD-ROM.
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    « Reply #5 on: 13-June-05, 00:52:47 »
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  • for starters that Corsiar ValueSelect stuff will probably give you problems in future, so consider replacing that at some point
    *edit* actually scratch that, i don't think this board supports dual channel mode anyway, so that may not be a problem :bonk:


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    PSU
    Antec 300w ATX12v (v1.3)

    Is your problem caused by your PSU? can you please post your PSU specs as detailed in my sticky? 300w sounds a bit low, so the amps might not be enough here to start everything...

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    « Reply #6 on: 13-June-05, 01:16:52 »

    The PSU Details:

    ANTEC
    Brand Antec
    Model SL300S
    SPEC
    Type ATX
    Maximum Power 300W
    Fans 1
    PFC No
    Dual +12V No
    Power Good Signal 100-500ms
    Hold-up Time 17ms min.
    Efficiency > 68%
    Over Voltage Protection YES
    Overload Protection YES
    Input Voltage 115/230 V
    Input Frequency Range 47 - 63Hz
    Input Current 8A @ 115V, 4A @ 230V
    Output +3.3V@20A;+5V@30A;-5V@0.5A;+12V@15A;-12V@0.5A;+5VSB@2A
    MTBF >50,000 Hours
    Approvals UL, TUV, CB, FCC CLASS B, NEMKO

    The mobo is suppose to support dual channel or atleast thats whats said in the product description.

    Many thanks for your trouble, greatly appreciated!

    -Shareef
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