cusl2 ver 1.02 motherboard

Discussion in 'Asus' started by James, Jun 30, 2003.

  1. James

    James Guest

    Can anyone help please.

    I have a "cusl2 ver 1.02" motherboard which for some reason it does not have
    any pins in the area marked as "panel" section of the board where you would
    connect things like the harddrive lights/pc speaker/rest button/soft power

    According to the PDF maunal, the plugs for the rest switch & soft power
    switch should connect to a set of pins near a lable called "panel", these
    pins are missing and instead i have a set of pins called "vpanel", can
    anyone tell me how I can connect the power switch & hard drive lights


    James, Jun 30, 2003
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  2. James

    MarkS Guest

    I have the same board. You must have a set of 10 double pins in the
    corner of the board under all the PCI slots where the ATX power, reset
    etc are connected. It does show it in the PDF document as you said,
    and it is also on the board!

    MarkS, Jun 30, 2003
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  3. James

    James Guest


    Normally there are the set of 10 double pins BUT
    on this board the pins are not fitted and on the PDF manual
    there is no mention of a VPanel, I have a vpanel located
    about 2mm above were the set of 10 double pins should be.
    but they are not wired the same as the normal set of 10 double pins.

    I've built about 10 pc's using gigabyte & Abit boards
    but have never seen anything like this before

    I'll gladly send you a picture :eek:)

    James, Jun 30, 2003
  4. James


    Jul 27, 2006
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    Hi James,

    The "VPANEL" connector on my ASUS CUSL2 v1.02 : this was not explained into my PDF manual.

    x d c b a 9 8
    7 6 5 4 3 2 1

    x : Nothing
    1-8 : HDD LED (Pin 8+)
    9-a-b : Power LED (Pin b+)
    2-3-4-5 : Speaker (Pin 2+)
    c-d : Power switch
    7-6 : Reset


    Alain (France)
    Papy_Mougeot_OpenVMS, Jul 27, 2006
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