Originally Posted by Yahmoncool
I can't do this myself you don't think?
Sure you can as long as you know how to solder.
Possibly you might have to use a volt meter to make sure you get the right wires. As I recall the drive connectors on a PC power supply have +12 +5 on them. The motherboard connectors will have +/-12 and +/-5 volts. You can probably look it up in the internet to get the pinout of the AT motherboard connector as they were stndard.
Just make sure you get an old "AT" style (not ATX) powersupply because they usally have the power switch built into the case and they do not require a "soft switch" signal from the motherboard to power up.
Additionally, I have tested a power supply that has the correct pinouts (its a power supply from an older display, same brand) and connector. However it does not power the unit... is there something I'm missing?
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