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USB Hi there, I was wondering if anyone could help me with a small issue please? I just transferred my motherboard into a new case from its original and I'm not sure how to set up the USB power cables for the USB that came with the new case. Any suggestions or maybe pointing me to a manual would be much appricated <3

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    Sorry..im too stupid to understand this :(

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Hi

P l do this   

          1  2 3  4  5
          1  2  3  4

Before connected to pins u first see which  is  the first pin

H ere 1 is  connectect  to USB+5V (Red color)
         2      "                 to  USB _2
        3     "                   to USB +2
       4  "                       to GND


Here  -2& +2 or varies depending on ur port number

Second side also connected in the same manner

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