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ASUS EZ-PLUG not plugged in?

My pc just got shipped overseas and i connected it an the first start up screen halts and says ASUS EZ_PLUG not connected. I am thinking it got knocked lose during the move. The system will boot if use F1 to pass the prompt but something is wrong. I don't have the motherboard book so i can't find the plug. The board is an ASUS A8N-SLI Premium. please help

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ASUS EZ_PLUG is optional for SLI mode...this model of your motherboard has an SLI that connect 2 video card using pci express...if this is only you problem for bugging the EZ_plug not connected,you can disable that in BIOS setup...

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