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TropicalBob

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Hi, I moved a working Winfast motherboard (from an emachine) to a new case to take advantage of a larger power supply and cooler space. I made a beginner's mistake and did not note where the power switch, reset, HDD-LED and such plug into the board. These are not labeled that I can see on the board.
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Everything worked great before I unplugged it. Win7, nice legal copy. These numbers are on the board:
Winfast
N15235
WYSV80404553 PCMCP615M2MA-RS2H

(this located by the RAM sockets)
020205Y00-006-G

Photo attached should show the pins on the board as well as the numbers. just knowing what to plug where would be great, I could not find a matching manual online.

Thanks very much.

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Can you give me the make and model number of the emachines system?
The mb numbers you supplied are not giving any results on a search. The only thing I have found is that it possibly a Foxconn mb.
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Can you give me the make and model number of the emachines system?
The mb numbers you supplied are not giving any results on a search. The only thing I have found is that it possibly a Foxconn mb.



There is no 'make' other than emachines but on the rear of the original case two stickers have: Model W3644

The CPU is an AMD Sempron.

I had hoped that I had shown the MB manufacturer in the images, guess I missed it. Some of the numbers let me to Foxconn too but I could not tell it it was the same.

If these header pins are standardized I can read the markings off another board, I just did not want to fry a working board since replacement money is not available even for an old system like this one. What I need is the headers in the first image, I've drawn them on the image, below the board and numbered tham with my own numbers. The x = no pin on the header.

Thanks a lot for looking at my question.

Edited by TropicalBob, 23 October 2013 - 02:22 PM.

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I'm having some trouble locating a diagram of the pin layout. Normally the pins are marked with HDD, HD light, Power and so on. Are you sure there is no markings somewhere around that group of pins?
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You cn see in the first image that there are what look like capacitor and resistor numbers next to them. On the chance they printed them on the underside of the board I'll go pull it out and look!
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I doubt it as thta would make it difficult to hook up since the mb would already be mounted. Did you by chance get a users manual with the system? If so have you checked it for the motherboard connections diagram?
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I doubt it as thta would make it difficult to hook up since the mb would already be mounted. Did you by chance get a users manual with the system? If so have you checked it for the motherboard connections diagram?


No manual or paperwork of any kind. A used revived computer. When I took the MB out I found this Foxconn ID on the back:
Foxconn
ML 94V-0
E253117
116022949C 0 108
MADE IN CHINA
01010JS13-009-G

I looked up ML 94v-0 (ZERO) online bud did not see a specific manual.

I did find this PDF where on page 11 the front panel connectors seem to be color coded the same. Attached is a capture from that manual.
http://www.foxconnch...ual-En-V1.0.pdf

What do you think? Can you find the manual?

Thanks again for spending time with me on this.

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Looking at the image of the plugs (the Power Led is split) and assuming that they used white for negative on all I think that IF the board connector is the same I should be able to get it working...?

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Looks like you found the way it should be. Even if it is wrong it won't hurt anything. Try it and let me know.
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Looks like you found the way it should be. Even if it is wrong it won't hurt anything. Try it and let me know.


Seems to be working (using it now). Without your help it would still be sitting in parts - thanks again! Once I have had it going awhile I'll be hack as I want to add a third SATA drive but there are only 2 ports and a header for an internal. (Since the other 2 are inside the computer I though they were internal).

Solved :) :) :)
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Congratulations TropicalBob. :rockon: for a successful resolution for your issue.

I'm glad we could help and please let us know how everything works out for you.
If there is anything else we can do to help please feel free to ask. I appreciate that you allowed us to assist you with your issue and for your patience.
Thank you for choosing GeeksToGo for help. :thumbsup: :ph34r:
This issue now appears to be resolved.


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