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Swoped cases and need to no were power switch starts

I have swoped pc cases and hooked all leds up and on boot up it tends to hang untill u reeboot again whitch set off pins is power swich and reset switch thanks xr88xr8

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Download this manual for your board.
http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/D845GERG2/BV2RG2_English.pdf

Go to page 31.

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