Question about MSI 7207-090(K8NGM2-NBP) Socket 939/GeForce 6150/A&V&L Motherboard (NEWITEM63717337)

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Unplugged wires need a diagram or schematic showing the sockets and plugs labeled... i have a group of wires that have come unpluged and i am trying to figure out which prongs they plug back onto

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Hi windtraveler,

Everything you need can be found within your manual. If you do not have your manual you can download it directly from MSI, click on this link:
To view the manual you will need Adobe's PDF reader. This too can be downloaded for free at:

Motherboard layout is found on page 1-5. Than see page 2-2, Quick Components Guide.
Here you'll be able to see the name of each motherboard item followed by a page number.
These pages show a closer, (blown up view) to help connect the things like the case's led’s to the mother board.
Example; JFP1, p.2-21. At the top of page 2-21 is, Front Panel Connector: JFP1/JFP2.
What is not shown or explained for the, Front Panel Connector is the color of the wires coming from the case. Normally the colors, red, blue, green, light blue, light green & light red are commonly used as positive ( + ). The colors white & black are commonly used as negative ( - ).
Armed with the manual you should be able to re-connect any disconnected wire for the motherboard, (K8NGM2-NBP).

Good luck windtraveler!
If you come across somthing that does not make sence, post your question here & I'll try to help you further.


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