Question How can I connect the front panel connectors to Asus Prime h310m-k?

Satan-IR

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That board has a 10-1 pin F_PANEL header. The pin layout is here (#16 on page 10) and not in the manual for Prime H310M-K on Asus website here.

The thermaltake xaser vi mx search on Thermaltake returns a 404 error.

Is this your case? I didn't find a manual for it.
 
1. A 3-pin connector with only two wires, the third pin is a FAKE pin so you can't plug in the connector the wrong way.

2. A 3-pin LED, is a LED with 2 lights in one bulb, typically one light signals ON, second light signals SLEEP/Standby.
 
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I've got it, I put the reset button instead of the power one, and the power one and the power led didn't inster and it is booting, but it's a boot loop, and i have connected the VGA from my monitor, and there is not shown any image. What can it be? It runs for like 5 seconds, and it is restarting
 
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1. A 3-pin connector with only two wires, the third pin is a FAKE pin so you can't plug in the connector the wrong way.

2. A 3-pin LED, is a LED with 2 lights in one bulb, typically one light signals ON, second light signals SLEEP/Standby.
There are just 2 pins left for the led, and the middle one pin is fake...
 
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a problem has been detected and windows has been shutdown to prevent damage to your computer win 7. that's what i get after a normal boot
 

Satan-IR

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Those connectors should be 'horizontal' not vertical. You should connects pins on same row with those connectors as shown in that pin layout I posted. Are you sure you connected them all correctly?

To deal with the 0x0000007b error, when you press power button and the system POSTs press F8 button and hold it down.

Advanced Boot Options screen appears and you can use the arrow keys to highlight Last Known Good Configuration (advanced) and then press Enter.

I hope Windows starts normally.
 

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