Power Indicators

April 6, 2010 at 05:05:11
Specs: Vista Home Premium, 2.209 GHz / 894 MB

Sorry guys done something wrong again.

Morning to you'll,

My problem is I was cleaning my computer and after removing the heat sink, I realized that for me to but it back there is a bracket for the screws which go under the motherboard. So you see my dilemma, I had to remove the whole mother board to replace the heat sink back. Now I was taking note of what wires went where. And I did not realize until I was putting back the wires that I did not remember where the power SW and Power LED wires go. I think I found the Power SW connection right cause the PC is coming on But I do not have a power light to indicate that the PC is on. I have a MCP61PM-AM motherboard. can you please assist me. Thank you very much for your assistance.


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#1
April 6, 2010 at 06:09:00

You weren't supposed to remove the screws, all you had to do was release the locking lever that holds the heatsink in place.

LED plugs are polarized. They have to be plugged in the right way or they won't work. Look for a tiny triangle on the plug...that's the "+" (positive).

The power button, reset button & PC speaker are not polarized, so it doesn't matter which way you connect them.


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#2
April 6, 2010 at 17:19:41

Thanks a lot, worked totally worked. good job.

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#3
November 17, 2010 at 15:17:30

any one know the MCP61PM-GM Motherboard Power Switch Setup..??

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