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Hook-Up EZ-Swap2 removable hard drive rack to D945GNT MB

Reading the directions that came with the EZ-Swap2 removable hard drive rack it says - along with other instructions - "Connect the red and white HDD Access/Activity signal cable to the HDD signal pins on your system board."
Is this instruction saying to look for an extra set of pins somewhere on the board or will the set presently used by the internal HD be used by the removable rack activity indicator?  
Maybe it's necessary to splice the wires so both can use the connector or maybe just not have the internal drive indicator function.
Thanks in advance, Tommy

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Red & white connector is for the Audio. yes. you will have to look forthe Audio connector on the motherboard.

more info for you
http://hi-techreviews.com/nuke/ezswap2/ezswap1.htm

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