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16-Jul-2012, 05:45 PM #1
Front Switches on Case to New Motherboard
Replacing Gigabyte MB 880 & AMD Phenom II with ASUS M5AA88-V EVO and AMD FX 8120. 4 -4GB DDR3 1333MHZ, 3 1TB SATA, 1 500GB PATA, 1 750GB PATA, 2 ASUS DVD Drives, 1 Acer 20" LCD ModelX203H monitor, 1 LG 20" Flatron W1953T Monitor, Corsair AX750 Power Supply and Sigma La Vie Prestigio case.
My problem is identifying the positive and negative coming from the switches on the front of the case.
Gigabyte claims I wired it wrong taking out the mother board which worked for 18months. Sigma I can't seem to reach. White wires from each switch and the other wire various colors. I know the answer is staring me in the face but I am missing it.
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16-Jul-2012, 07:01 PM #2
The only wires that will be polarity sensative would be the ones for the LEDs. For switchs they are either open or close no polarity involved.
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