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There is no wiring diagram.

you simply hook up the motherboard with the coded connectors and hook up your drives. they all plug right in, you cannot mess up the connections

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

  • panther063 Aug 02, 2014

    Wrong, when connecting a standard ATX PSU to a proprietary HP motherboard, it will not work when plugged in!

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