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Cant remember were the wires go to plug in the power button to mother board black/white green/white red/white on the Emachine Desktop PC

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Hi

if you look closely to the board you will see white text that explains what two pins are for what, also if you can provide me with the model of the motherboard, the connections are documented in the user manual,

its a emachine.. what model? you can also look at the motherboard and find the white text that has the model details post everything you find if your not sure. (most likely between the processor and memory or within that area, and in most cases between the pci slots)

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