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Where is the power switch plugin

Building a system having problems finding my power on switch connection on the board

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What Model number do you have and all that good stuff??? If you have the board Installed it should be a white Plastic female connection almost on the bottom left side of the board.... let me know the basic info on your MOBO and i can give you a better Idea....

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Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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