g3 blue/white - layout of front panel connector

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g3 blue/white - layout of front panel connector

i guess i need some help from the fritter's on this...

...recently i got a blue/white g3 case for free, the logic board was dead and the guy didn't want to repair it. i took the casing home, ripped the guts out (means all cards, drives and the logic board) and {no, this isn't meant blasphemic} put a 700MHz celeron board into it. runs well, it even drives the case fan that was supposed to blow the cards and processor in the original configuration. and the power button in the front is working, too!

so, by now i'm using an extra power switch. what i want to do in the future, is to convert the original power and reset buttons on the front panel to working ones. has anyone a layout of the front panel connector to the g3 logic board? that would help a lot in doing so.

thanks a lot, chris

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this may help look at how

this may help

look at how he did the front panel
http://xlr8yourmac.com/systems/MacinPC_ATX_case/Blue_G3_to_ATX.html

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that should help

thanks for the quick answer! that should help a lot. guess i'll be testing that tomorrow, it really helps a lot to know which signal goes where...

otherwise i would have spent a whole afternoon testing it on my own with a multimeter Wink

many thanks!

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