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Need wiring hookup for motherboard 06p2525

Some took all wire pluging in to board need wireing picture

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I am not sure who the manufacturer is for a 06p2525 Motherboard. However, Sometimes there are boards that actually have the power connector, Hard Drive LED, Power LED, Reset Button, Abbreviated and printed on the board next to the appropriate pins. If not, then you are going to have to find a manufacturer name on the board. Usually you can go to the website and download the installation manual. The wiring diagram for the board is in the manual. Another option is to try going to different motherboard manufacturer sites and do a search on that part number. You may get lucky and find the board and manual.

Good luck,

Posted on Jan 19, 2009


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