Question about Intel Desktop Board D865GBF (MBIND865GBF) Motherboard

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Front panel connectio to board

I removed the front panel for cleaning, but the connections from the front panel switches to the board was pulled tried to put it back but the lights for the restart switch won't light up along with the power switch, pls help me put the connections in the right terminals on the board, tried switching it but still won't work, it has the following sockets (power, restart hdd led the other one says + the other -) pls help me put it back thanks!

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VISIT THE SITE BELOW AND VIEW THE CONNECTIONS :-
http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/bf/bf_con.htm

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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In/Out
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