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Connecting power LED, reset, speaker, etc to micron atx motherbrd

I need the diagram that shows me how to reconnect the power LED, the reset, the speaker, and power switch connectors/cables to the Micron ATX motherboard. Can someone point me to the source or provide a link to a pdf?

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Could it be that Micron no longer makes or supports motherboards? You could try a search on the model number, but also look closely at the board for markings for the connectors. When I can't find info I simply start with the power switch connector and use trial and error to get the rest connected and the right direction (an LED won't light if plugged in backwards) - also make sure your using the front panel header and not a USB header!

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