Ncr pocono d-nr6-d-021 v1.0 pins

KobusExcel

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I have a ncr pocono d-nr6-d-021 v1.0 motherboard with which i am batteling to connect the front panel connectors onto the board. As this was a ATM board with connectors to a front panel i now use it as a pc desktop.

The motherboard has the following starting from the left
f audio -10 pins ,
panel 1 - 10 pins missing pin 3
j2 - 16 pins missing pin 11

The connectors is
Power led+ (green),
power led- (white)
reset switch (cream & white),
Hdd Led, (yellow & white)
HD audio, (black, dark blue, yellow, white, orange,green,purple, red) _____That is connected
Power switch (black & white),
USb (red red white white green green black black). ______That is connected.

Hope you can help me.
Thanks.
 

Fireflycph

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Can you post a detailed pic of the connections? It'd be easier to assist with the visual aid.

Edit: Maybe post pics of the make/model number as well?
 

Fireflycph

Morten
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I'm sorry.
I've looked everywhere for a pin-out of those connectors but can't find anything.
I didn't want to let you "hang" so hopefully someone else has a manual somewhere.

I'll keep looking and will return if I find anything.
 
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Found some discussion here:

https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/connect-the-power-switch-to-my-motherboard.3639092/

that says power switch is pin 4 and 9 on panel1. No idea if it's accurate but you can test by touching both pins with tweezers/paper clip/any metal when connected to power and seeing if motherboard turns on.

Those pins aren't side by side (4=top row, 2nd from left; 9=bottom row, last on right) so you would need some sort of adapter or to split the wires on the power switch. The others (HD LED, Power LED, Reset) aren't really necessary for function. Maybe put the power switch wires in the power LED sleeves, as those are separated.
 

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