What if the LED is bad or the motherboard? Why not unplug it or change what it indicates by moving it to another connection?
Story: Long ago in the land of XP an update came down. It changed the way drives were selected for a slight increase in access time. Rather than deselecting the HDD this update left the drive "selected." Yes, faster but owners lit torches and brought out the pitchforks how it broke the HDD activity light. The end.
Hello and thanks for letting me in here.
I built this desktop about 1 1/2 years ago and it has been flawless until last week. It is more annoying than a big problem, but I was wondering if anybody can pin point what might be causing the LED to randomly go off, then back on. There have been no changes in the performance of the PC, I have checked the LED wires and all looks well. Any ideas? I doubt it is the mobo because there would be other issues I believe.