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On, reset, both indicator lights place ment for wires on the 12 peg terminal

I have six wires to place all two wired colors. I know the black and green is the on button but in all I have no idea what prongs to place them on. I cannot find the motherboard A7VBX-X

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This Link will take you to the web site enter the version # and download the pdf manual.

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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    Mark Williams Mar 28, 2008

    Sorry that link is for the A7N8X-X

    This Link is for your boards manual

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