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My ASUS P4T533-C Manual is not complete. I can not find the wiring diagram that shows the connections on the front panel blocks on my mobo. I need to find where to connect the following case wires to my mobo. Power switch, Reset switch, HDD Led & Power LED.

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This is the bit your after I believe...
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This should explain everything

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