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I am haveing great problems with my motherboard...i am trying to put the leads back on so it powers up (ie) ground leads power cable lead can you please try to help me.....

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Your motherboard manual will give you that infromation .

If you can tell me what make and model of motherboard I can send you link for manual .

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If it's the one you have, you can download the manual just by clicking the link below the picture. You can also get any other information and driver updates that you might need.

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