EDs and buttons on the outside of the case have the normal wires on the inside. The only one which may need some explanation for those who are not up to speed with the latest technology is eSATA. This cable actually ends in a standard SATA connector which can be plugged direct into the motherboard.
Just keep in mind that your SATA controller needs to be running in AHCI mode, with appropriate hot-plug capable drivers installed; otherwise the drive will not be recognized until you reboot (and you will also be unable to unplug it while the system is running). Not all SATA controllers/drivers support this.
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