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blade68
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Light control OMEN 110np

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110np
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I can´t configure the light LED in the front of my computer. Due to m work I need to disconnect all thi light, how can I do it?

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Hello @blade68

 

Ya, HP didnt make a switch available for the case lighting.

You would have to disconnect the wiring from the motherboard.

There should be two wires underneath the graphics card that have tags named V Shaped Lighting.

Turn off the PC and unplug it. Disconnect the wires from the sockets. Be careful not to damage the wires when doing so.

You might have to remove the graphics card if you cannot reach the connectors easily.

 

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Photoray002
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Hello @blade68

 

Ya, HP didnt make a switch available for the case lighting.

You would have to disconnect the wiring from the motherboard.

There should be two wires underneath the graphics card that have tags named V Shaped Lighting.

Turn off the PC and unplug it. Disconnect the wires from the sockets. Be careful not to damage the wires when doing so.

You might have to remove the graphics card if you cannot reach the connectors easily.

 

V shape lighting ports.PNG

 

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