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I diconected the vires to\from the front buttons and buzzer. i'm not able to figure out where they go. the motherboard isn't marked probarly and i don't have the manual.

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The wire tips generally have their use stamped on the jumper attachment. Any way green-white is for start-up, red-white for reset and others should have one black wire which are for the LED's. The speaker wire is usually traceable. If u had USB connectors it does not matter in what order you put them, except that they should be perpendicular from the bottom side of the MB....sodeep

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