Ok, I have an old Compaq Presario Socket 7 motherboard from a ~5000 series Presario. A long time ago I let my brother borrow the power supply, and he tossed it claiming it "didn't work". Of course, I didn't realize at the time that it was wired differently than any other power supply I seem to be able to find. It takes 3 of these slot-shaped 6-pin connectors, I can find a few on newark's website, though I might like a confirmation on which exact connector it is. (I can't find a picture right now, but I know that some, but not all ATX PSUs have maybe one of them). Usually they're labelled on a power supply as "P6" or "P7".
So, I'd like to know the specific connector name, but I think I can find it regardless (I don't have a picture on hand), and more importantly, I need to know how to wire it up. Actually, I found a website in posting this and they are AT style power connectors, the two main ones are P8 and P9, but I still need to know what the third same-style connector is and how to wire them all properly.
And a link to the site with somewhat relevant information: http://www.pcguide.com/ref/power/sup/partsMotherboard-c.html
If I wire the third one as the auxillary 6-pin connector, I could just as well wire it backwards since the connector only goes on one way, but the picture has no visual aids to tell me which side is which.