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USB & 1394 Panel Hookup to New Board Questions


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Building new system, ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe board

For the board 1394 connector, I was
able to match them up, but there are
2 less wires from the front panel port
than there are pins on the board

The board has two +12V pins, the panel has one
The board has three GND, the panel has two

Any problem?


For the USB in the front panel

Board has:

USB+5V
USB+6V
USB_P5-
USB_P6-
USB_P5+
USB_P6+
GND
GND

Frt panel has:

(1)+D
(2)+D
(1)-D
(2)-D
(1)+VCC
(2)+VCC
GND
GND

For the numbers shown in (), above,
they actually show as numbers inside
an O on the panel schematic.

Except for the GNDs, I'm really stumped there.

That's (I think) the last mystery I have to
solve to get my board all hooked up.

Thanks for any help!!
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I'd ask that you double check the dsecriptiion, the USB+5V, USB+6V is a very bad way to write things up (as VCC=+5V).

However if the description is right, you should wire it up this way:

USB+5V - (1)+VCC
USB_P5- - (1)-D
USB_P5+ - (1)+D
GRD - GRD

USB+6V - (2)+VCC
USB_P6- - (2)-D
USB_P6+ - (2)+D
GRD - GRD

If it follows standard sequence you should have two rows of wire going red, white, green, black.
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I'm not much at all on electronics, so I'd
have to take your word that it isn't a good
way to write it up. It IS an ASUS board, so - -.

Really appreciate this!!

This should get me to the point of
firing it up very shortly.
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