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I am looking for the manual for the DVD266-r

Trying to put together a DVD 266-r mother board in a new case. I found the DVD266-u manual but it doesnt match up with some of the connections for speakers, led hd led etc.

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Here you go

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Here you go.

Remember to Rate :) Have fun

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I'm not the expert that posted the prior link, but I tested the link and it went through with no problem.

You must have an internet conectivity problem. Be sure you are online and can go to other webpages first, then click on the link.

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