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need help with pc troubleshooting

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i am new to building a pc and i have just built my first pc my first problem is that i bought a deepcool matrexx 50 pc i am trying to connect to the front panel connectors to the motherboard im not 100% where it is located and how they fit but also near the IO where the slots are there is a button that goes blue and then flashes red 4 times in 2 second intervals im really confused as to what too do and how to boot the up the pc please if you had and knowledge please get back to me 

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@kairomeo 
I understand your frustrations I have personally been building PCs for many years -- but we do not have the detailed information here that you need.

 

 Every leads block is different, so there is no "standard" way to connect the different case leads to the motherboard. Retail motherboards come with pamphlets describing jack connections on the board including the leads block.  If yours did not come with one printed, then you will need to go to the motherboard vendor's website and download that information.

 

Same is true of the button on the motherboard -- they all have different ones and they all have different uses.



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