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Connection between emachines case and motherboard

I took off the front cover of my emachines computer and the 3 wires came loose:black and white, red and white, and blue and white. i know the conection slot, but how do i reconnect them? i have an intel celeron d 335 processor 2.8 ghz. can you help me please?

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Most likely the wires are for power, reset, and hard disk light. Touch one pair together momentarily, if your compter comes on then connect those wires to the power button. After the computer is on, connect the other two pair to the hard disk light one pair at a time until you see the light activate when the hard disk is running. Then connect the remaining pair to your reset button.

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