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Is there a power button cable connection adapter for IBM P4 motherboard to Biostar mother board?

Power button connection to the motherboard is different from the connection setup on the Biostar motherboard. The pc will not turn on.

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If you mean that the power connector is a 3 pin socket connection and the pins on the motherboard are not in line and the middle connector hole is in the way, simply snip with scissors the end connector hole and seperate so you have a 2 pin and a 1 pin and just connect the 2 pin and use as a single connector because you wont need it and connect the 1 pin that you cut away to the other terminal

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