Your motherboard’s documentation will show you where on your motherboard these connectors attach. Once the standoffs are installed, place the motherboard in the case and push it up against the backplate. All of the back ports should fit into the holes in the I/O backplate.Use the screws provided to secure the motherboard to the standoffs through the shielded screw holes on the motherboard. Find the appropriate connector on your power supply, sometimes labeled VGA, and slot it in. The connector’s design prevents improper installation, so if the connection isn’t easy, double-check your alignment to make sure it’s correct.
If the motherboard has onboard video, try to remove the video card completely and boot using the onboard version. Now, the moment of truth — it’s time to turn your machine on and see if it works. If there’s a switch on the back of the power supply, make sure it’s on. … Read More