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I need a pin out for Aopen mx4ge motherboard

The motherboard was taken out without labeling the pin for the connectors. I need a pin out and socket print out

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    Thanks for your information. I was able to get the manual and I am sure that I will use you in the future.



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The following link is a download to the Users Guide for the MX4GE. I look at the manual and under the install section it has the pin outs for the front panel connectors.

http://usa.aopen.com/userdownload_List.aspx?RecNo=5847&Model=265

Hope this helps.

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