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Front io Headers

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Never mind i confronted my manual and i'd done everything correctly thanks everyone for contributing.

Hey guys my case only seems a 8 pins so 4 Switches? Not all of the headers is this normal?

I may be wrong.

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Yes that is normal, the last pin is for ground/5v dc, so nothing uses it.

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1 minute ago, Some Random Member said:

Yes that is normal, the last pin is for ground/5v dc, so nothing uses it.

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My motherborad seems to have more headers ;-;

I may be wrong.

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3 minutes ago, Altruist said:

My motherborad seems to have more headers ;-;

Yeah it depends on the motherboard, look in the motherboard manual on what each of the pins does, and connect the right pins into right places.

Also the Front IO pin place seems very similar to front audio port, so make sure you are connecting the wires into the right place, and for that consult the manual.

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4 minutes ago, Altruist said:

My motherborad seems to have more headers ;-;

If you are confused, read the manual.

ThinkPad masterrace

 

Me thinkpads:

X220, R30, T24, TransNote

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1 minute ago, gnomik said:

If you are confused, read the manual.

No the front audio is in its place, my mobo has 1 pwrsw reset switch front audio only

 

 

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i connected the hd light,pwrsw, reset switch, pled

My front io contains, power button, reset botton, a light 2 usb 3.0 and an audio

I may be wrong.

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Never mind i confronted my manual and i'd done everything correctly thanks everyone for contributing.

I may be wrong.

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