When all else fails, try this (you should have gotten a schematic
(technical drawing) of your mobo & its connections, etc):
1. Write down on a piece of paper, the type connection (two-, three-,
four-pin, etc, connector, number of wires in the lead, and its wire(s)
2. Carefully follow each wire or wire pair to whereever it's connected on
the case (or whatever). You should be able to determine what button,
switch, LED, etc, to which it's connected. (Write that down on your
3. Check the connections on your schematic. (If you got this second-hand
or for some reason don't have a schematic, you should be able to download
a schematic diagram from either the mobo's or mfgr's website.)
4. You should then be able to figure out where the connections go. If
not, take it to a local computer technician.
On Sun, 15 Jul 2001 19:29:57 -0400 Winston Pike <[log in to unmask]>
> In most cases though, I've noticed that RED is the HDLed, Green for
> and the yellow for Turbo or Message
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Larry Fisk" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Sunday, July 15, 2001 3:07 PM
> Subject: Re: [PCBUILD] LED color code?
> > If you could supply the exact computer brand/model number,
> > or the motherboard brand/model number we could help you.
> > or give us the long bios number string that appears first thing at
> boot up
> > And we will tell you what mobo you have and where to find info on
> > > LED wires are not and she forgot to label them before pulling them
> > > Is it possible to tell by looking at the color
> > > combinations which wires are Reset, HDLed etc?
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