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Demon ATX Computer Case

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by noiro, Jun 9, 2004.

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  1. noiro

    noiro Thread Starter

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    I decided today to change my PC case, which I have done previously witout a hitch. However, today I bought a evil looking Demon ATX Computer Case and I can't figure out where to put the front panel wires. They are all marked oddly with "Data +1, Data -1, Gnd 1, VCC 1, etc. How do I know where they go? My motherboard book (GA-8IPE1000) does not make it very clear what I have to do to get anything to work. Any help would be appreciated. I have gone to Gigabytes homepage but really gleaned nothing there. I can't find a home page or manufacturer for the case. Thanks very much
    Noiro
     
  2. Hulk701

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    If you saved the receipt, you can take it back and get an easier one. :confused: Or you might be able to ask the store where you bought it for help.... :eek:
     
  3. pronute

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    Those are for your front panel USB ports if you don't have front panel USB headers on your motherboard then you can leave them disconnected.
     
  4. noiro

    noiro Thread Starter

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    Thanks very much for the info. I did leave them unplugged because I didn't know what they were for. My motherboard does support front panel USB ports and the case has 4 USB ports available. I now will try to determine how to hook them up with those wires. Again, thanks very much for your information and support.
    Noiro
     
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