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thin mini itx SoC. 10-1 power switch mod


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my Asus thin mini itx SoC Has arived!

this is my budget build.  I hope to save money by avoiding the purchase of a itx case.

 

so now i have a question about the chassis 10-1 pin connector.

This 10-1 pin connector will provide the case a button for power, reset and a running led.

can i just grab a toggle switch to power this baby up?

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When it is off:
short 8 and 6 for a split second, and it should begin to boot

When it is on:
short 8 and 6 for a split second, and it should begin the shutdown process (depends, but usually this is the case)

When it is on:

short 8 and 6 for like 4 second, and you will do a forced shutdown, if you keep it shorted it'll loop:

boot -> forced shutdown -> boot -> forced shutdown...

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On Saturday, October 01, 2016 at 5:41 AM, blublob said:

When it is off:
short 8 and 6 for a split second, and it should begin to boot

When it is on:
short 8 and 6 for a split second, and it should begin the shutdown process (depends, but usually this is the case)

When it is on:

short 8 and 6 for like 4 second, and you will do a forced shutdown, if you keep it shorted it'll loop:

boot -> forced shutdown -> boot -> forced shutdown...

You are On point. I pulled some led's, power and reset switch off a old puter...

 

I tested both switchS for Continuity and pressed the button, onlly holds continuity for a moment... both switch seem identical in that aspect...

 

Now im Onto a new problem, it seems bios has a black list for mini pcie wifi devices, my machine wont boot with my Atheros chips Installed. Almost need a new thread for my struggles ill run into. Cheap 12$ small chips Qualoccom Ar9462 Ar5b22... 

 

thanks for your reply. 

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