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I'm a computer novice and have just tried to install an internal card reader into my pc - the mother board is a Foxconn 945g7md. There were no instructions with the card reader which I bought on ebay. I found what looked to be the correct lead connetion on the board but when I fired her up the card reader was no recognised. Now I've gone and completly screwed things up by removing the ribbon cable from the power on off button on the font panel to get a better look and I now have 3 2 pin plugs and two single pin plugs and no clue which of the four colourd teminals on the board to connect them to. Please help !

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