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I received the manual but it does not show where the vables go.In

Can you help me with this wire problem?

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  • riverboi Feb 02, 2009

    In reference to the email you sent me there are cables coming from the front of the case not the power pack.

    These cables have names on the like r-1 reset,reset sw,etc.

    When you pull out the mother board there are approx.10 pins now which cable goes where this is my point.

    The literaature you sent and i thank you for that does not show the wiring and where i need to pluig them i n.

    Any questions pleae don't hesitate to ask.





  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    What cables? Almost everything on the power supply fits only one way. The IDE hard drive cable usualy fits in the blue or slot close to the center or the CPU. We need far more clarification to undestand your question. 
       The Wiring from the Case would have been shown on the mother moboard litature.

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OK I downloaded it myself,so follow these directions, please:    . Go to the link below. Once there download the guide. Once downloaded, open it w/o disconncting from the download website. Go to the index and click on the Install and replace internal header. Once you are there, go to:                                      Page 41, Figure 21, item C.
I am almost certain that is what you need.   

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/cs-020725.htm

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