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CONNECTIONS TO THE MOTHER BOARD POWER WIRES

I PULLED THE POWER PLUGS OUT OF THE MOTHER BOARD AND CANT HOOK THEM BACK UP COULD YOU HELP

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    I PULLED THE POWER PLUGS OUT OF THE MOTHER BOARD AND CANT HOOK THEM BACK UP COULD YOU HELP

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All of the plugs? Most of them should be straight forward. Thin ones around an inch wide, go to your CD and hard drives, long one around 1cm x 1.5inch goes into the same socket on the board (there will only be one of them). You may also have another socket on the board thats 1cmx1cm and requires 4 pins, there will be one connected to the power supply that fits it. You can find the manual (will contain a diagram for you) at; http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/ProductsDetail_Download.aspx?detailid=46&DetailName=New&DetailDesc=P4VMM2%20%20(V1.1A)&CategoryID=1&MenuID=82&LanID=0

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