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Wire hookup could you pls send a schmatic hookup for the k7vmm 462 pin,i have power but no video

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  • Tutiepie7771 Feb 25, 2009

    Hi, can you help me out I am trying to find out where these plugin's go on my board, they are the wires that go to the power botton and usb plugin's I don't know what pin they go onto.

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