How to find the case wire pinout arangement for an old MoBo?
December 17, 2006 10:53 AM Subscribe
What's the spec for the pinouts to the case switches/LEDs on an ATX motherboard?
posted by Four Flavors to computers & internet (7 answers total)
I have a board form an old HP Pavilion (X)775c that I'm putting into a new case. I took off the old connectors without noting them (thinking that they'd be printed on the board like my new ASUS), but they're not.
In case it helps, I have a note that says it's a "Xenon GLA", socket 478 board, but I haven't been able to find anything online with that name.
Is there any way for me to tell, either for sure or best guess, what the layout is? I would assume that it's the same as the new ASUS board, but they don't have anything close to the same number of pins
The HP site has many boards listed that might be the right one, and none of them detail the pinouts on that section of the board.
It's 2 rows: 4 above 5.
Heck, if you could even tell me what that section of pins is called so I could search for it on http://pinouts.ru or allpinouts.com, that'd be helpful.