Question about AOpen AX4BS (91.32Q10.002) Motherboard

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Don't know where to plug in cabels

Ok I got this mobo and the cords to the whole front panel were unplugged, can anyone tell me were all the cords go(this includes the power switch, usbs, and audio)? please let me know. thank you.

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Here is a link for the User Guide for the AX4BS mobo.

AX4BS User Guide

Check out page 15. That should give you the info you need.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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