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EXPIRED: help!! connecting my case wires to the motherboard

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
my case is a ezcool h-770, and the motherboard is a asrock 4coredual vsta. Ive connected most of the wires however there's 3 wires remaining, i think they are speaker wires.the 3 wires are:
WIRE 1 WIRE 2 WIRE 3
(1) Vcc (2) Vcc (3) Vcc
(1) -D (2) -D (3) -D
(1)+D (2)+D (3)+D
(1) Ground (2) Ground (3) Ground

Each wire has 4pins 3x4pins=12pins, however, i only have 4pins remaining on my front panel header. Ive read the Manual many times, and i cannot find anywhere on the manual where it says -D, +D or vcc. is there any other possible names it could be for these wires? and do i need to use all these wires?

i will post a picture of my system panel header, thanks!
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
http://i903.photobucket.com/albums/ac234/s_a786/panel-1.jpg
#2
Hmm a picture of the cables your describing could be useful... it sounds like your describing USB cables which will needed to be inserted into the USB headers on the motherboard..

Do you have any USB slots on the front of your case?? (EDIT: Just googled and you have 3 USB slots - it most likely is them, but please don't tale my word.. picture is required)
#3
they are usb connectors,VCC means 5 volt ,look for More on your mobo,
http://www.nmediapc.com/images/USB.jpg
#4
http://i903.photobucket.com/albums/ac234/s_a786/tower.jpg
#5
http://i903.photobucket.com/albums/ac234/s_a786/usb.jpg
#6
tonyg1962
they are usb connectors,VCC means 5 volt ,look for More on your mobo,
http://www.nmediapc.com/images/USB.jpg


dcx_badass
You already made this thread. They should be labelled, does your case have usb sockets built in? Next time use the old thread. Or you know actually help us by giving us a pic.


dhue
Hmm a picture of the cables your describing could be useful... it sounds like your describing USB cables which will needed to be inserted into the USB headers on the motherboard..

Do you have any USB slots on the front of your case?? (EDIT: Just googled and you have 3 USB slots - it most likely is them, but please don't tale my word.. picture is required)


MR1123
http://i903.photobucket.com/albums/ac234/s_a786/panel-1.jpg


Hi sorry i was away, however i have managed to get pictures of the wires, tower and the usb...motherboard manual, hope this helps you, help me, thanks!!!! :)
#7
dhue
Hmm a picture of the cables your describing could be useful... it sounds like your describing USB cables which will needed to be inserted into the USB headers on the motherboard..

Do you have any USB slots on the front of your case?? (EDIT: Just googled and you have 3 USB slots - it most likely is them, but please don't tale my word.. picture is required)


yes i have usb ports on the front of my case, i posted some pictures can you take a look please and advise me what to do, thanks
#8
dcx_badass
Well can you not just tell us what works on the case? They might not even be needed, if the buttons, usb and sound work then just leave them.


ok ill try that once i get my atx wire to stop touching the heatsink :D and i think those wires are for the usb ports on the front of the case
banned#9
If it's the internal speaker... just leave it.

If its a usb header block, it should have an end pin on one row blocked off, so can only go on one way?
banned#10
dcx_badass
USB connector is alot more pins than that, with one empty pin at the end.


No your half right but i think I've worked it out!

They are individual USB connectors - not doubles as you usually find.

On the motherboard you should see a usb header block of connectors that look like this...

x x x x {}
x x x x x

If we number pins like this...
12345
x x x x {}
x x x x x
678910

One cable goes from 1 to 4, and the other from 6 to 9

From memory, VCC+ should goto pins 1 and 6 (so the writing on the cable faces toward the row 1-5 in both cases.

(So missing pin 5 and pin 10 should be unused)

Note: this is educated guesswork, so dont blame me if you blown summut up
banned#11
The third cable may be a firewire plug if your case has firewire??? if it is - dont bother with it, firewire is for homosexuals only.

If its another usb header, connect to 1-5 on another usb header block on the motherboard if it has one.
#12
damn pc not starting up
#13
vibeone
The third cable may be a firewire plug if your case has firewire??? if it is - dont bother with it, firewire is for homosexuals only.

If its another usb header, connect to 1-5 on another usb header block on the motherboard if it has one.


dcx_badass
USB connector is alot more pins than that, with one empty pin at the end.


damn its not starting up, it starts up but then it dies
#14
dcx_badass
USB connector is alot more pins than that, with one empty pin at the end.


vibeone


No your half right but i think I've worked it out!

They are individual USB connectors - not doubles as you usually find.

On the motherboard you should see a usb header block of connectors that look like this...

x x x x {}
x x x x x

If we number pins like this...
12345
x x x x {}
x x x x x
678910

One cable goes from 1 to 4, and the other from 6 to 9

From memory, VCC+ should goto pins 1 and 6 (so the writing on the cable faces toward the row 1-5 in both cases.

(So missing pin 5 and pin 10 should be unused)

Note: this is educated guesswork, so dont blame me if you blown summut up


damn pc not starting up, it starts up but then it dies and its not powering up no more, and theres a smell coming out, i think its blown
banned#15
MR1123
damn pc not starting up, it starts up but then it dies and its not powering up no more, and theres a smell coming out, i think its blown


What did you do prior to it blowing? I'd have thought if you connected the USBs, you'd only blow out the usb block rather than the whole board....

Was it booting before?
banned#16
dcx_badass
I think you just buy a pre built system. Can you see any blown capacitors anywhere?


out of interest would you have agreed with my usb comments dcx?
banned 1 Like #17
dcx_badass
Yeah although it's a weird system, but it can't be much out, also the colours match a standard usb cable.

http://blog.delodder.com/wp-content/images/modding_laptop_table/cable_wiring.png

Although, even if they were wrong nothing would have been shorted as it's not a circuit, only thing that could possibly have broken from getting it wrong is something plugged into the usb socket.


fair point.

id say its fairly hard to make a mobo smoke itself...
#18
vibeone
What did you do prior to it blowing? I'd have thought if you connected the USBs, you'd only blow out the usb block rather than the whole board....

Was it booting before?


dcx_badass
I think you just buy a pre built system. Can you see any blown capacitors anywhere?


no i didn't connect the usb first because it should work without it i think,. i just connected it to the mains and switched the button on located near the psu, and then it started, the heat-sink fan was spinning, but then it made a noise like somethings getting electrocuted, the sound came from the psu. anyway i turned it off, and tried it again, it turned on for a few seconds and then it died and a smell started to com from the cpu, so i don't no whats wrong with it, but i think the power supply is gone, need a new one i think, that power supply was new tho, everything was new except the cpu......................dont no what to do now
#19
dcx_badass
If the CPU burnt then you need more than a new PSU, were you using a crappy PSU that came free with a case, or a cheapo one, you need a decent one.


yh the psu came with the tower it is a ezcool 500w, can you plz reccomend me any psu's to buy, my budget is £35, thanks!
#20
dcx_badass
I'd get this, over your budget a bit but worth it, no point skimping on the PSU as you can move them from system to system, is it really worth spending so much on components and risking killing it all by saving a little bit on the PSU?
Here:
OCZ Stealth Xtream 500W PSU - 1x PCI-E 6/8pin, 2x SATA 12cm Fan - £45.99
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/135159

This is the one I have:
OCZ Stealth XStream 600W PSU - SLI Ready ATX2.2 12cm Fan -£54.99
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/127861
It got amazing reviews.


thanks! and this is my first p.c i built, so i didnt know how important the psu was, until now and ill probly buy the one you have since its got good reviews:),
and i checked the cpu and motherboard, they seem okay, the smell is coming from the psu, because i took the whole thing out, and the smell was coming from the psu, thanks for all your help:thumbsup:
#21
dcx_badass
You already made this thread. They should be labelled, does your case have usb sockets built in? Next time use the old thread. Or you know actually help us by giving us a pic.


vibeone


No your half right but i think I've worked it out!

They are individual USB connectors - not doubles as you usually find.

On the motherboard you should see a usb header block of connectors that look like this...

x x x x {}
x x x x x

If we number pins like this...
12345
x x x x {}
x x x x x
678910

One cable goes from 1 to 4, and the other from 6 to 9

From memory, VCC+ should goto pins 1 and 6 (so the writing on the cable faces toward the row 1-5 in both cases.

(So missing pin 5 and pin 10 should be unused)

Note: this is educated guesswork, so dont blame me if you blown summut up


hey, thanks for all your help, my pc is running now, if there's a way i could give rep, let me know because i don't no how to, thanks!!!:-D
#22
dcx_badass
Glad it's working, got your rep so guess you figured it. Anyway was it just the psu?


emm yh the psu went bust but i had realised after tht the motherboard didn't have a battery so bought a new 1 and a new psu and now everything is workings so thanks for your help :D

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