I am wondering if anyone might have some knowledge regarding my dilemma. I will be installing a mini-ITX motherboard in a G4 Cube, and cannot figure out how to attach the Cube's power button connector for the small power switch assembly circuit board (Apple P/N 922-4741, 820-1183-A) to an ATX compatible pin header. Obviously I would need to strip the original connector and attach the wires individually to the pin header, but have been unable to determine what each of the five individual pins at the connector head and the four individual wires they connect to represent in terms of function and voltage. (It's a five-pin header that has four wires leaving it and ends in a six-pin connector. Likely two wires are for the LED, one for power activation, and one for sleep mode). Any thoughts? Thank you.
i am also a member of cubeowner.com. the questions of using that power button has come up before. i don't think any body had an answer for what wires did which if you find out what they are let us know. on macmod.com and cubeowner.com
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