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How to connect usb sockets in the mother board itself?

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If you consult your manual you will find two sockets marked fusb1 and fusb0 or 2, you will need to coonect your front panel usb leads to these sockets

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If you are ask mother board power option. There are two power option every mother board, one option is SMPS power and sec option is Power Jumper. SMPS two power socket indicate 24 Pin and 4 pin also same option 24 pin and 4 pin socket available in mother board. Second option is 9 pin jumper socket hear connect to HDD power, reset power, cabinet power, power LED, and +5v DC. So you open PC and see all section and solved you problem.

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Vertical lines will come on the flat panel tvs if the mother board or the panel itself faulty. unfortunately it can be tested only by replacing the mother board . As it is very costly will tell you to consult some one have it spares to check the same.

Before going to that just check one thing. There will be a ribbon cable connected to the mother which will go to the lcd panel. Do one thing just remove the ribbon cable from the mother board socket and re-fix it. Some time bad contacts of this cable can cause this type of problem.
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If you are talking about something like a front usb socket that's connected inside the PC then look at this picture as an example.
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f217/StuartB4/9-PinCardReader.jpg
Just look on the motherboard for these connectors.
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In case you don't have it, here is the manual for your motherboard: ftp://ftp.tyan.com/manuals/m_s2090_100.pdf Unfortunately, this motherboard does not appear to have USB headers on the motherboard itself so the only way that you can connect up the front motherboard headers is by getting an USB PCI card that has headers on it. Something simillar to this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16815108107

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