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Connection of wiring to board

I have recently purchased a new pc case and attempted to transfer the contents of the old case to the new one, I removed the wiring from the motherboard and now I have no idea waht goes where, the wire I am strugling with are for the 2 usb ports (1+D,1-D,1+5V, 1 ground,2-D,2+D,2+5V & 2 ground) also I have speaker,+P LED, -P LED, power SW, reset SW & HDD LED which I have to connect, can anyone please let me know wher to connect then or suggest where I can download a diagram to show me?
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This link will take you to the download page first download is bios second is manual

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