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Dell Motherboard Sockets in a New Case?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by jream, Aug 28, 2006.

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  1. jream

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    Is there a Dell Manual for the motherboards they make? Thats all I need :)

    I took apart this DELL and put it in a new case, suprisingly it was a microATX in a desktop case. So I was glad I could use my extra case.

    I dont have a manual for the dell nor do I think they gave me one ever (2 years old approx.).
    Its a Dimension 3000 P4 2.8Ghz. I dont know if there is any way to find information on where the plugs go or not but I figure Id ask.

    The plugs are colorized so the USB is easy to find, dont know about the audio entirely where each one goes (I can play with that).

    I compared the wires I took out with the on/off switch and put the Power Plug into that switch but it doesnt work. I tried a bunch of different spots, i think i just have the wrong spot..

    By the way, the DELL is working, and the case/psu is working.
     
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    Do you have 8 wires coming from the front panel either to a single kk connector or 4 double kk connectors?
     
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