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  1. #1
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    power led

    Just finished building a new system, works great
    Just one thing, the power led connention from my case has 3 holes but the board (K7S5A PRO) has only 2 pins (2-4)
    How am I suppose to connect it?

    Mike

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    What kind of case?
    Very funny Scotty, now beam down my clothes!

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    it's just a regular standard case.
    I know that doesn't help but the pc store that I bought it from uses it as a std case for their pc's

    Mike

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    You can use a sewing needle or jewellers' slot screwdriver to gently lift the plastic tab, that will permit you to pull out the wires.
    Arrange/insert to match.
    "I know nothing."
    Cheers.

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    thanks I got it.
    Like you said, took a needle, lifted tab, moved wire, and voila.

    THanks
    Mike

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    I'm too lazy. I just take a pair of scissors and cut it in half, twist them 90 degrees and plug them both in.
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