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Motherboard pluging problesm

My case came with a bucnh of cords for power lights fans so on and so forth i have a winfast mother board 6150BK8MC. I need someintrection in how to pluge these cords in or a basic manuel.

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Re: Motherboard pluging problesm

Refer to u'r mother board manual. Its there.. the guide ...pdf file..

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then try pulling all cards out like old modem and also cdroms.

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Winfast n15235 motherboard manual

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5. After computer has rebooted, shut the computer back down and connect the Hard Drive power cable and any other power cablis that were unplugged.
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Have a great computing experiense.

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Jumper the ATX 20 pin power cable's green wire to any black, just to make sure the power supply is working. The fans in the power supply will turn on along with anything else hooked up.

To jumper the power supply use a section of wire or a bread twisty (with the insulation removed from the ends) and just connect the green wire to any black wire on the 20 / 24 pin power connector. Make sure that the power switch on the back of the power supply is switched on.

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