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Old 20th November, 2001, 09:52 PM
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RED LED on 8KHA+ ???????

Anyone know what that red LEd is on the 8KHA+ mobo right next to the RAM slots?

Its always on and the manual and Epox has no info about it.

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Old 20th November, 2001, 11:02 PM
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Well, my 8kta2 has a light (LED) right next to the DIMM slots and according to my manual it's for the ACPI settings. Here's the table it has:

Not on Power ON Green Mode (S1) STR (S3) Shutdown (S5)
OFF ON ON ON OFF

So basically, when the computer's on, the light's on. When it's off or has just been shutdown, the light's off.

I assume (and we all know what assuming does to you ) that your mobo works the same way since it's the same company and same place.
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afaik superman's on the button. it just shows you whether there's power in the board or not, before you start taking out ram dimms or pci cards.
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Ummm . . . . guys . . . . I might be wrong, but it looks to me like it's tied in to the memory power supply, in which case it would just indicate that the memory modules are getting power.
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Ummm . . . . guys . . . . I might be wrong, but it looks to me like it's tied in to the memory power supply, in which case it would just indicate that the memory modules are getting power.
OK, that works. I mean, if the computer's on, the memory's getting power, hence it's the same thing. Unless of course you have a ghetto board
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This merely indicates that there is power from a powered PSU powering the mainboard. This does not mean that the mainboard is functioning (in the switched state) but merely is an indication of power being receieved from the PSU.
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