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Need to know where all the front connectors go

I removed them to clean my computer and i put everything back where it was and it still wont boot up. i am 99% the front connectors is the problem can anyone tell me how to connect them correctly?

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  • ryan christie Feb 13, 2009

    umm the connnectors that turn on and reset your computer u know the red white blue white yellow white green white

  • ryan christie Feb 13, 2009

    hmm this is very helpful BUT i need to know are the colourd wires + or -

  • ryan christie Feb 13, 2009

    dunno the powerbox must be shot cause its makin funny noises so i'm just gonna try another one i guess and if it doesnt work then i dont know... thx alot for that manual i appreciate it

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    Juanita Vega May 11, 2010

    you have to explain a little more


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For the switches, polarity really doesn't matter. It seems that the biggest thing for you is the LEDs. General rule: if it doesn't light up, or lights the wrong color, reverse the polarity.

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Well mate every connection that you wanna make you'll fin it in the manual... here is the direct link to download the manual.. it is completely illustrated n is a breeze to set up

http://download.gigabyte.ru/manual/motherboard_manual_8vm533m-rz_e.pdf

Lemme know if this solves anything... 

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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    ashish13 Feb 13, 2009

    Page 15 of the manual mate... each pin is explained


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