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Icologis

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Mb: gigabyte GA-MA77T-UDP rev.1 and case azza solarno 1000

http://www.google.co...00t-ud3p manual

On page 7 shows layout of the board.
Page 25 shows a PWR_LED (system power LED header) 3 pin
Page 26 shows another power plug in the F_PANEL header. Confused on what goes where? ( the mic – hd – res - & speaker ports are ok.)

Question 2: My case has 2 front USB cables. 1 case plug is marked USB & Has 2 wires in each used plug. I assume 2 wires each pin means for 2 case USB ports.
I have a plug marked vcc ( red) usb- (white) usb+ (green) & gnd (black)
On page 29 it has 2 usb 10 pin plugs. Do I put the USB connectior in 1 of these & the vcc - + gnd in the other? As in the provided photo.


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usb position pic ommitted

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Yes, you will see there is a + and - sign where things are different, just line these up and you'll see everything else matches up, just those wonky ones are called VCC for whatever reason. I hate those ones. :)
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Yes, you will see there is a + and - sign where things are different, just line these up and you'll see everything else matches up, just those wonky ones are called VCC for whatever reason. I hate those ones. :)


So do both of these get plugged in to the yellow slots marked USB? The USB goes to one & the VCC to the other. Does it matter which one goes to the plug?
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If you follow the manual diagram carefully, you'll see there is a spot for + and - so use the VCC + and - for these ones. They need to plug in to the right ones for the USB ports to work.
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