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    power switch

    ive been searching the boards and cant find any info on this. my motherboard's power switch has four solder points, (compaq deskpro en), would i sauder wires to all four points, or only two if so how do i know which ones to use?

    im going to wire a switch in the front as well as the power and harddrive led's

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    Quote Originally Posted by hot_98_civic
    ive been searching the boards and cant find any info on this. my motherboard's power switch has four solder points, (compaq deskpro en), would i sauder wires to all four points, or only two if so how do i know which ones to use?


    No I know u probably dont have the manual for that mobo, but youre probably gonna hafta a bunch, unless someone here knows that one's configuration. Also, a lot of times the pins are marked in really tiny letters on the board. Good Luck!
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    Im thinking laptop...

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