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P4mmv2 motherboard need t o know where the power/reset/hd led/ ect connection r on this board

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See the diagram below for front panel conections

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I have a P4VMM2 motherboard and cannot find were the USB-1, and USB-2,HDD LED,Speaker,Power Switch,Reset Switch,(-)P LED,(+)P LED,plugs go !
I looked at the digram on the ECS web site,and my motherboard but tht pins were the plugs go are not labeled,all I see are panel 1
and panel 2 and WOM-1,WOL-1 ect.I need to know exactly the plugs go !

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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    Dean Gammon Sr. Aug 20, 2008

    Some of thes plugs are only one wire,and some are four wires.



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