"The red LED is driven by a simple hardware circuit and not by the BIOS.
There is a pin on the AGP slot. It is pin A2, and its name is TYPEDET#.
When a video card makes no connection to the pin, it is the video
card's way of saying it prefers 3.3V operation. If a video card
grounds that pin, it means the video card prefers 1.5V operation.
The 1.5V supply is suitable for operating both 4X and 8X AGP rate,
as even though signal levels on the I/O are 0.8V when running 8X,
the actual power used on the chips is still 1.5V. That is why this
pin only has to indicate two voltage preferences."
Well, the quote goes on to show the location of the pin and I have ensured that the video cards and slot are clean and making contact, but the light remains. Is there a way to reset the state of the light to off?
thanks in advance,