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No power to USB ports, no video output

I just built a computer using the foxconn digitalife a76a-s motherboard, and am having issues with the USB ports and the video out. My USB mouse isn't getting any power and my monitor is receiving no input from the video card. Everything else seems to be working fine; the fans, the graphics card fan, the LEDs, etc. Can you help? Thanks, Kyle

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Make sure you have connected the USB's on right spot on the motherboard.

It's few places where it fits, so just try it out.

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