I picked up a used computer with the above mobo. It is a flat desktop\ncase, but I cannot identify the manufacturer of the case. The problem\nis that there is an auxilliary board installed which is somehow\ninvolved with turning the system on an off.\ni plan to remove the auxilliary board to free up the slot.So i want to\nbe able to rewire the unit for traditional on/off and reset switch\nfunctions.\n\nthe switches and LEDs are as follows.\non the rear is the power switch. on the front is what appears to be an\non/off in the lower center. on the left side front is a green LED\n(power I think) yellow LED (HDD I think) and a reset switch.\nWith the auxilliary board installed, the system boots when the power\nswitch in the back is turned on, and the system shuts off using\nWindows shut down sequence. To reboot it is necessary to turn the\npower switch off then back on.\nremoving the auxilliary board an the harnesses attached to it renders\nthe system inop\nA purple wire from the power supply plugs onto the aux board, but I\nthink from doing some research that this is just +5V to this aux board\nand not part of the power switch .\nOn one of the connectors to the auxilliary board there are two wires\nthat when momentarily connected starts the mobo if the rear power\nswitch is 'on'.\n\nIt's a HIPOWER power supply.\nThe case has stamping on it indicating it can be configured for at atx\nand micro form factors.\n\nWhere is there a reference of typical case harness connections color\ncodes, and wiring?\nI want the front on/off switch to operate as usual, rather than need\nto have to turn off the power in the back.\nI got the pinouts for the mobo, but am looking for some examples of\ncase harness connections for a guideline.