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These are small, 2-pin cables that are in Red, Blue and Green colors (with white main connector). Try to not bend te pins receptors, because they are very fragile.
1. Plug the POWER_SW cable on the first two left pins;
2. Plug the HDD_LED cable next to it;
3. Plug the POWER_LED cable either to the insulated 2-pin slot or next to the two others you plugged in;
Be carefull because if you missplace the order your system won't power up, and insert them horizontally.
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Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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