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  1. #11
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    Default Re: case connections - please HELP!

    Hi,

    I am also facing the same issue, just wondering if you happen to find any resolution on this.

    Thnaks
    Peekay

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    http://www.fujitsu-siemens.co.uk/rl/...X5-MB-BIOS.htm

    Toward the top left you should find a link for a download of the mainboard manual. From there you should be able to determine the pinouts for the switches.
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    Hi Mike,


    I had refereed the same manual, and connected accordingly, no success,

    I was wondering if the other person has any solution, can u check, as I am not able to send the mail

    Prasad

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    If you have the pinouts connect4d properly, then you may need to check for which pin is power and which is ground. This is important. The black wire should be the ground and the colored should be the power. The manual should also indicate (probably with a small + sign) the pin that needs to be powered.
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    I wonder if there is a chance it's the switch itself that's bad?

    Since it appears you don't have much else to go to, just for sh*ts and giggles, plug in the reset switch to the on/off leads and try that. Both switches are momentary on/off contacts and will work
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