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Roykjepolse

Roykjepolse

Member Since 10 May 2008
Offline Last Active Sep 30 2012 09:06 AM
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In Topic: Powermac G4 power buttons with ATX mod

08 February 2010 - 09:26 PM

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PLEASE, I NEED HELP!!! I'M DESPERATE!!!

I'm modding a Powermac G4 (digital audio) and i'm almost done.
The only problem i have is that i don't know how to adapt the power button panel to the mobo's own panel connector.
The mobo's an ASUS P5KPL-AM. I got the mobo's diagram here.
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IF U DON'T HELP ME... well.. errr... i dunno...






The way i did it. I used the original PCB, omit the electronic by cut the original copper lines to the switches, and soldred wires directly to the switches and the LED for power on. This is working wery well, and i'm pleased.

In Topic: Another Hackintosh G4 case

06 October 2009 - 06:53 AM

Hello nice build.

I´ve done the same thing.  But i used a microATX board, Gigabyte EG41MF-USH2, i did not thought that it would be possible to use a full ATX board.  Could you take some picture to show how it "fit" in the other end.  

Because i choose to use a DVD reader/writer i had to use a external DVD station that i placed in the original place.  If you are interested i could upload some pictures of how i did it.

In Topic: I need to learn about OSX

02 June 2009 - 09:46 PM

Thank you for pointing me to the right direction, funny that my own "keyword" was a so good match for Google. The book are ordered from Amazon yesterday. The reason for asking in this forum was, that i thought that some one in this forum could recomend a good book for me. There is a lot of not so good books out there (read crap).

Any way, Google is in deed my best friend on Internet. I using it severals time each day, and it would indeed be difficult to be me without it. But wery often it is better to get a god recomadation by real pepoles.
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