Question about Intel Desktop Board D845EBG2 Motherboard

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Need pin settings

Can you tell me what the pin settings are for pwr,hdd,pwr led, and such

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If you look real close it should say on the motherboard itself.

The manual i found online does not mention it whatsoever.

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If your board is d845ebg2 click the link and view the diagram, to the end of the page is your requested info. Black pin is #1pin on the diagram Please rate my service Thanks PJ

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Dear S_Proheartdt,
you can download the complete manual for this motherboard from this site, it will really helpful to you:

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d845ebg2/sb/CS-008633.htm

Be Happy Always

Regards

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

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