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Front panel connections

Front panel connect. on main board not ledgable
on asus motherboard p4b533 ! {ATX case} .
pwr sw, pwr led, reset sw, hdd led,sleep sw, sleep led.
HELP !!!!!

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You can download the complete user manual in English from the manufacturer's website at this link:)

http://support.asus.com/download/download_item_4.aspx?product=1&model=P4B533&SLanguage=en-us&os=17

The front panel connector pinout is on page 2-33, or page 59 in the PDF file. You should have mor ethan enough information to make all the connections you need.

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