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Open your manual to page 40. Your better off download the manual. You'll need Adobe Reader to view the manual. Using the program Adobe you can zoom in which will help greatly. You'll be able to see exactly where each wire goes. Here is the link for your manual; http://downloadmirror.intel.com/15115/eng/D945GCNL_ProductGuide02_English.pdf
Figure 20. Internal Headers. Intel Desktop Board D945GCNL Product Guide. If your USB wires should be marked. To help you connect the correct wire to the USB MB pins use the guide provided below; http://www.directron.com/installusb.html
There are a few different types for USB connections. You'll find one just for your MB on the site.
refer to the extreme right-hand-bottom [as ur back panel to the left n cpu to the top] of u r mother/main board..in here there is a 3-pin jumper named 'CHASSIS'..place a jumper or set it to pin-2-3 [the middle n right pins respectively].. hope it'll work..for reference : http://www.filefront.com/4169747/P4GE-MX-Users-manual-for-English-Version-E1862/
always better to seek professional advice of ur system admin/vendor....
You should check and make sure the inside of your computer isn't dusty. Dust will wreak havok on fans and shorten their life. Plus it likes to build up between the fan and heatsink which will overheat your processor. Take the fan off and spin it with your fingers. I like to open the little sticker on the bottom and put some 3 in 1 oil to lubricate it. A smooth spinning fan is a happy computer. It also reduces noise that a dirty fan makes. Hope this helps you.