Subject: Re: PC 164 Question
To: Peter Seebach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 11/15/2000 00:03:38
>>On the PC164 the power supply looks like a standard ATX but isn't. If memory
>>serves me right, you have to connect pins 15 and 16 together if you are
>>using a generic ATX power supply.
>Actuall, it is a standard ATX power supply - but the motherboard doesn't
>support soft power-on, so you need to hack around it. :)
>As I recall, it's the green wire and a black one.
green, blue, red, brown, whatever. :)
i had to hack a purple one at one point, and a grey one a few days
ago. 14 is the one that needs to be grounded, and 13 and 15 are
grounds. also usually black. the color of 14 varies.
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