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ASUS M3N-HD - CASE (w/ PS): Foxconn- TSAA-725 . The problem is that the case has a Power led connector which doesn't fit with the module on the board. It like CASE: 10, MB: 1-0. "-" stays for a space between them. Any solution?

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So, the M/B has a 3 pin connector, but your case only has a 2 pin connector? Easiest way is just to cut the connector from the case in half with a pair of sissors.. It isn't the most nice solution, but it works quite well!

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Click the link below & download your manual. You'll have to fill in the three windows to get to your board.
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