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Were are the jumpers to disable the on board videofor aopen mx3w pro-E

Were is the jumpers located on the aopen mx3w pro-E on board

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Why do you need to disable the onboard video??

If you have added a new graphics card it should automatically select this new card.

If it doesnt, you can go in to the bios and disable the onboard graphics card from there.

For example, Onboard graphics can usually be refered to in the bios as PCI, so if you've added an AGP card or PCI-E card then you would just need to select either one of these from the bios menu.

Not sure what bios your using but it may even have ann option to disable onboard graphics.

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I m using A open MX3W pro -v motherboard ... In that pentium 3 processer is not working ... But celeron is working


Try adjusting the CPU Frequency in Bios Setup for your processor. You can also try downloading the lastest BIOS release from http://global.aopen.com/userdownload_List.aspx?RecNo=2931&Model=244

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I m using A open MX3W PRO -V motherboard ... in that pentium 3 processer is not working ... but celeron is working


The processor socket type must match the board design - The P3 processor may not be the equivalent type.

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Award bias bootlock


removing the BIOS (small watch battery on the motherboard) for about 45 seconds will reset the password..
then disable the floppy drive controller in the BIOS

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Aopen MX3W PRO MOTHERBOARD (-V) pin location for power on


Hi enoschan,
Download the pdf manual AOpen MX3W Pro motherboard. Click on this link: http://download.aopen.com.tw/Default.aspx
Fill in the three drop down menu's as follows.
Motherboards
MX3W PRO
Manual
Choose, click on: English manual for MX3W Pro, MX3W Pro-E, MX3W Pro-V. 6200Kb, (They all share the same manual). A pop-up window will open. Under Mirror Sites click; USA, San Jose.
You may have to wait a few minutes before the pdf manual will open. Do not download this manual unless you already have Adobe's pdf reader installed. If you need the Adobe reader, download it for free from here: http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/
Once the ftp: pdf manual opends go to Motherboard Map for the location of the pins you have in question. To connect your case LED's to the motherboard goto page 29 in the pdf manual.
I hope this information is whay you are looking for.
If you need more help with anything just let me know.

Good luck enoschan!
Mike

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