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Connecting cabel problem on a 775dual-880pro bord on with pin do connect the cable ?? power sw reset sw HDD led power led i don't have a discription of this bord

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Hi You can see some pins on the corner of the motherboard. There is diagram near those pins how to connect HDD RESET and PWR pin to motherboard. If you need motherboard manual for your motherboard then you can downlaod it from below link. Click here Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.

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