Google will verify, but here is a. I almost forgot to insert the link. My other motherboard is like that. At least I know now that I can connect the motherboard to my case, but I am still in limbo. To see the table you have to click on the picture of the front panel pins.
So I never had the Gateway case for it. They coordinate with the numbers on the table that is on the website, but it gets confusing. I am wondering now if Gateway motherboards can only go into Gateway cases. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. I think I should start another thread for that huh.Next
I wish this motherboard was like that. Some boards turn you into a frustrated piece of putty trying to figure it out with trial and error. If you still have the original case, then you should trace the wiring. My biggest gripe was the fact that I installed 1600 Mhz memory, and the stuff ran at 1066 Mhz. Will they simply not work, or is it possible that I damage the hardware? There are many memory controller designs.
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. I am also use to having a manual with a diagram showing what goes where. There are numbers underneath the pins on this motherboard. Is there a safe way to identify which pins are used for what purpose? The Gateway motherboard booted up. Potential damage due to misconnections would depend on mobo quality.Next
It doesn't say which way it should go or what other pins besides pin 1 should it be on. I need a diagram or manual badly. So I told her hey why don't you use this motherboard and computer case I have laying around here. Common sockets have retention clips that apply a constant force, which must be overcome when a device is inserted. I am close to throwing the motherboard and the case out the window. It shows the front panel pins.
Here is what the technical support guy said: Thank you for your reply. I don't have the case that this motherboard came in. This case has the normal seperated front panel switches. I'm really glad to see you entered this thread. I didn't know that Gateway motherboards had special components on them.Next
Is it possible for me to use regular front panel connectors with this motherboard? I have never seen two wires from a device to be a mix of even and odd number, thus they seem to always be in the same row. I had to exchange the case for an Acer Aspire M1201. That was as far as I could get as they wouldn't open in the expanded folder something to do with being. If you have a link to the Gateway site, please provide it, and I'll take a look at it to see if I can help determine the settings. Prior to 2003, the most common was the single-channel configuration.Next
I looked some more on their website and they have part numbers for their front panel adapter connectors. Saved it to desktop and then Expanded the files to another folder. What do you think I should do? Our book will give you the knowledge to run your site on a speedy, scalable and secure server! After doing more research, I have came to the same conclusion as Ray, the other person that has replied to me. That's what I did for a Dell mobo. This is the link to the page where it shows the front panel connector. All the website has is a table saying pin 1 hddledpwr and etc.Next