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Where to put the cables????

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Could anyone tell me where to put the hdd, reset etc connectors on the motherboard. I'm pretty new to this and could do with some help. I can't find a diagram anywhere. Thanks in advance for your help.

Karen

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  • tyrontslee Sep 11, 2008

    It seems like HP use a Special conectors for this MB.

    there is only one low of pins for "speaker", "IDELed" "PWLed".

    There is NO PINS for marked for "RESET" ,"PWSW","SMISW"."MSGLed"

    I Tested power by Shorting the 2 "spots(not Pins)"and the Power was ON.

    Is anyone know Where Can Get the "Proper Case with connectors" or any other solution to use this HP P5750-60001 MB.?

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    whats the motherbord? msi, intell asus,ect and type. theres usually small pins in the lower right corner. they r labeled but print is small. look closely that will tell you which one goes where. also they mark pos clearly on the board pin connectors if there is a diff. hope that helps

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Check the writing on the mother board to see if it says in the tiny print. oh scknascar i think it is an asus because P4 is one of their branches even though she has it listed as HP

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