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    Exclamation San Fransisco 2 Motherboard connections?

    I have plugged everything into where I THINK they should go, but it wont start, no fans move not even the PSU when i press the power switch. The problem is my mobo doesn't seem to have the connectors I need for the power switch, the wire is lebeled POWER SW and it is a 2-pin plug, the case manual says i have to plug it into the PWR connector on my motherboard, my board has 2 sockets labeled PWR 1 and PWR 2 one is the 24-pin connector and the other is a 4-pin next to my CPU.

    The only 2-pin connections are labeled as front panel connections. I have been trying them but can't find one that works.

    Any suggestions here? I'm pretty stuck.

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    Re: San Fransisco 2 Motherboard connections?

    it will be in the front panel connections mate,i don't know your case or mobo so cant be much help im afraid

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    Re: San Fransisco 2 Motherboard connections?

    Google for the manual? There should be one out there somewhere, and that will tell you which of the front panel connectors is the power switch.

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    Re: San Fransisco 2 Motherboard connections?

    Quote Originally Posted by Indieboi918 View Post
    I have plugged everything into where I THINK they should go, but it wont start, no fans move not even the PSU when i press the power switch. The problem is my mobo doesn't seem to have the connectors I need for the power switch, the wire is lebeled POWER SW and it is a 2-pin plug, the case manual says i have to plug it into the PWR connector on my motherboard, my board has 2 sockets labeled PWR 1 and PWR 2 one is the 24-pin connector and the other is a 4-pin next to my CPU.

    The only 2-pin connections are labeled as front panel connections. I have been trying them but can't find one that works.

    Any suggestions here? I'm pretty stuck.

    Thanks,
    Steve
    The actual power switch pins will most likely be at the bottom of the motherboard, underneath your graphics card etc labelled something like "PWR_SW" - along with other pins labeled "RESET_SW" "PWR_LED" and similar. The 24 pin and 4 pin connectors must be connected to your power supply.
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