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Bios chip pads need replaced on a a7592 bios chip question were from mother board do i wire the pads ? i am trying pin 1 to jspi1 pin 5 so pin2 to under board wirewarp wire to test padat centerjspi1 thorough vc hole wp# pin3 to rest off jspi1 need verification
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, I run a foxconn mobo myself and yes its a great board. But dont go to the foxconn site looking for downloads. instead go to the VIA site they make the chips and you will get more sense there. If all else fails Foxconn do have a "Contact us " link on their home page. This will give you the company email address and you could request directions to the update site there, the only trouble is it could take weeks to get a response. Regards mistyman
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
SOURCE: n1996 mother board
The only way to to fix this if your headers on your wires aren't labeled is to trace them back from the switch it self. Usually they are white and red. The orientation on the motherboard pins doesn't matter since it's only a switch. Make sure you are putting the plug onto the power switch jumpers, and not the power led, reset, etc..
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
SOURCE: jumper setting on motherboard
You could,nt find it Because It,s listed under Archive Boards.
I think this Is what your looking For, You can also download Drivers Et,c.
Please don,t forget to Rate This Post, Once you,ve Fixed Your Problem.
Many Thanks Mike @ Compurepair.
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Posted on Mar 05, 2008
n1996 is NOT the model number. ALL MSI boards are labeled n1996 - it's their C-Tick number. You need to find the actual model number which should be listed on a sticker near the main CPU socket. Search for that on msi's website.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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