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Emachine 3220 I have fitted a new motherboard. Unfortunately the person who gave me it had managed to destroy the installation instructions. I think I have managed to replace everything correctly except for the 3 leads from the on/off button. hard disc light etc. I think I know where they connect but is there a particlur order please? Scott

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Problem solved by managing to find the installation manual for the motherboard on the PC manufacturers website.

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Hi i am look for power plug it on motherbroad

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