B-G3 mobo into atx

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ok...so i know the jumper issue. thats not the prob, the prob is that i cant seem to get the power switch and led and speaker just right. does anyone know how the wires are supposed to go when connecting the atx powerswtch(1-black and 1-red wires), powerled(1-white and 1-green wires), and speaker(1-black and 1-red wires) to the mobo pins. i have already pulled the black tabs off the wires and have tried moving them aroung but when one goes right another goes wrong. i have moved them around in different possibilities. but i would love to know the actual order.

peace and love
ande

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this should give you all the

this should give you all the info you need

i did something similar when i found a g3 mobo and proc for way cheap last year

http://www.xlr8yourmac.com/systems/MacinPC_ATX_case/Blue_G3_to_ATX.html

-eric

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i guess b could mean blue

when i said B-G3, and i should have been more clear, i meant beige g3. not the b&w g3. i feel retarded now. but a beige g3 has the three seperate sets of pins on the mobo.

but i think i have seen this and it didnt help when i did read it. but i will look deeper into it.

thanx

peace and love
ande

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I'll look on my Beige G3-ATX hack

I did mine some time ago because I needed more room for drives.

On the front of the logic board on the left side you will see three pin headers. You need the right two pins on the rightmost header.