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Powersw hddsw and other connector in soyo-7vca mother board

Hello,I change my tower but i dont see where de pin connectors go. My question is do you have a plan or indication to connect at the right place
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You need the motherboard manual. I have found your one on the link below, you will find detailed instruction on pages 30-32 of the manual.
The manual is 5mb in size so it might take a few seconds to download, it is a PDF file which means you will need Adobe Reader to see it.
Good luck and hope this helps (click on link)
http://www.soyo.com/uploads/downloads/manuals/686/m7vca10.pdf

cheers
Bri

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