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How Do Install A Socket 370 Motheboard

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Professor-Falken, Dec 11, 2005.

  1. Professor-Falken

    Professor-Falken Kilobyte Poster

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    I am trying to put back a Pentium III 1.0 Ghx XP system. I dont have the motherboard manual, and there is nothing printed on the motherboard. I connected all the front panel except for Power led and speaker I found all the rest of the connections on the motherboard. I connected the power supply easy enough! But I am little bit worried does anyone have any suggestions.

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  2. Boycie
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    Boycie Senior Beer Tester

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    Yeah, If i were you i would get the manual or at least the mobo connections layout. The main thing when working on a AT mobo is to put the black wires together for the power. . .. ..

    Let us know how you get on :thumbleft
     
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  3. Professor-Falken

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    I am working with a socket 370 motherboard, ATX Power supply.
    I connected the Hardive to IDE1. I connected the CD-ROM to IDE-2 and the floppy drive to the floppy controller on the motherboard. The only problem is I connected the power and turned on the computer and nothing happens. The power supply does seems like it turns on, either does the computer.
    Please let me know what I can do. I have the case connections connected correctly I think.

    Any help would be appreciated,

    Thanks
    Professor Falken
     
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  4. Jakamoko
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    Jakamoko On the move again ...

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    Check the jumpers from the power switch to the board, Prof. If those are wrong or not correctly fitted, what you describe is what will happen.
     
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