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Thread: Asrock H77M-ITX Connection Problems




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    Default Asrock H77M-ITX Connection Problems

    Hi,

    New to HTPC builds and am experiencing a problem powering up a recently completed build.

    Case: Streacom FC8 Evo
    Motherboard: ASRock H77M-ITX
    GPU: Intel i3-3225
    Memory: 4GB G-Skill Ripjaws DDR RAM
    HDD: 2 TB WD Green Caviar
    Power: Wesena Pico PSU 80
    ODD: Sony BC-5640H Blu-Ray Slot Load (Internal)

    I'm guessing the issue is with the front panel connection with the power header. The power button has two connections (+/-), yet the Mobo has only (+) and (ground) dedicated to the power button. The LED comes on when powering up, but nothing else does. The optical drive and HDD do not power up.

    In theory all cables are wired up correctly.

    Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Asrock H77M-ITX Connection Problems

    I found a possible fix on perfecthometheater.com

    http://techsupport.perfecthometheate...nformation.pdf

    Apparently the assembly instructions (Wesena IR) have incorrect diagrams. Perfect Home Theater tech support have published a work around.

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    Default Re: Asrock H77M-ITX Connection Problems

    +/- is same as +/GND

    The linked pdf above you supplied, the only difference I see between the two illustrations, correct me if I'm wrong, is that they swap around the two 2-pin POWER plugs on the IR module.



    I'm not into HTPC and Mini-ITX boards, but are you sure 80w is enough to crank this over???

    But if you're sure 80w is plenty ...........

    Since it appears you're using the "onboard' gpu, then with the HD and DVD drive disconnected from the 80w psu, will it boot and allow you into the BIOS?

    If it does not, then I'd say it's time to bench mb/cpu/ram outside of the case on a non-conductive surface.
    Last edited by - wardog -; 12-14-2012 at 09:12 PM. Reason: Clarification
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    #3 - Please use the eXtreme Outer Vision Power Supply Calculator found HERE to determine if it might be your PSU at issue.
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