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Connections for LED, startup etc

I am helping a student of mine by transferring the motherboard and other components to a new case. I am looking for the manual for this motherboard so that I can connect each jumper to the correct pin. I hope you can help

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Hi You can download the manual for this motherboard here: http://www.uabit.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=32&Itemid=48&page=6&category=5&subcategory=252&model=125&product_name=KV7 HTH

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You need to look in the handbook that cam with your motherboard for a section labeled 'Connectors' or possibly 'Connections'. There will be one USB 2.0 type prong on the motherboard that is designated for case connections [Power LED, mini-speaker, etc.]. The manual for the motherboard will indicate what order and where on the motherboard your connectors should go.
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