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Front panel switch

I changed my mother board of the same kind . after install everything in places , the front panel swich doesn't fit my old case . where can get the front panel switch( the one with color wiress ... on/off speakers // reset etc) my old case the part that plug into motherboard is just in piece with lots of holes . can i modify it ?

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  • vincent paya Oct 26, 2008

    my old cased the front panel with lots of wires plug into the motherboard is just one piece , while the mobo are plits into many piece / procduct biostar P4M900-M7 SE thanx

  • vincent paya Mar 26, 2009

    thanks I got it done

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I personally think you would be better buying a new case,they are pretty cheap,and it will look like a new computer all over again,but it should not be hard buying new buttons for the case,but some times you have to tinker around with the part to see what fits,and what else can be done with it,but if you cant,then buy a new case,i bet you are turning on the computer with a screw driver,by touching the two terminals,which could mess your system up.

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