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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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  • jwgriffin Jan 29, 2009

    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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MX46-633V CONNECTING FRONT USB


I believe you're referring to the AOpen MX46-533V

The Front Panel USB header is Blue in color, and located in-between the white No.3 PCI expansion slot, and bottom edge of the motherboard;

http://www.ebay.com/itm/AOpen-Model-MX46-533V-Socket-478-Desktop-System-Motherboard-/130774572519?pt=Motherboards&hash=item1e72c59de7

With the motherboard in the installed position;
5 pins across the Top row, 4 pins across the Bottom row.

Pins across the Top row are numbered EVEN
Pins across the Bottom row are numbered ODD

Starting on the Left side coming across to the Right, Top row;
Pins 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10

Starting on the Left side coming across to the Right,
Bottom row;
Pins 1, 3, 5, and 7

There are TWO USB connectors supported off of this USB front panel header.

For one of the USB front panel connectors;

A) Pin 1 is USB PWR 0
Goes to the VCC contact pin on the USB connector.

B) Pin 3 is USB_FP_P0-
Goes to the D- pin on the USB connector.
(Data - )

C) Pin 5 is USB_FP_P0+
Goes to the D+ pin on the USB connector
(Data +)

D) Pin 7 is Ground (GND)
Goes to the Ground (GND) pin on the USB connector

E) No pin 9

F) Pin 2 is USB PWR 0

For the other Front Panel USB connector;

A) Pin 2 is USB PWR 0
Goes to the VCC pin on the USB connector

B) Pin 4 is USB_FP_P1-
Goes to the D- pin on the USB connector

C) Pin 6 is USB FP P1+
Goes to the D+ pin on the USB connector

D) Pin 8 is GND

E) Pin 8 is USB_FP_OC0
Leave unconnected

This is more information on a standard USB connector pinout,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB

( A USB connector, and a USB plug are not wired the same.
The plug is wired backwards from what a connector is.
Otherwise you would have power and signal going to the wrong pins, and burn the USB Front Panel header out on the motherboard )

AOpen MX46-533V motherboard manual, but it is in Japanese.
May be one in English out there.
The Front Panel header pinout, USB header pinout, etc, is easily cross identified,

http://global.aopen.com/products_download.aspx?sDropDownProd=52


Manual / Japanese manual for MX46533V / Japanese / 1/28/2006

Go to the far right, and click on the Floppy Drive icon above -
3701.1 KB
On the next page click on the mirror server website that is closest to your country.

This is a PDF file.
The computer you are using now has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.
After you click on the country server name it may take up to 30 seconds, before the first page comes up.
(File is downloading in background)

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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Then if there is additional 4Pin connector required by the mainboard for CPU power and you don't have that connector on you power supply, you will need to purchase a Molex to 4Pin CPU power connector. When you go to the computer store check with them that all is correctly connected.

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I need a schematic (pin-out)of the MX4-ge motherboard


You can download the manual for you're AOpen MX4GE motherboard from the link provided below; ftp://ftp.aopen.com/pub/manual/mb/mx4ge/mx4ge-ol-e.pdf
You'll need Adobe reader installed to view the *.pdf file above.
Download Adobe @ http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/
Open manual to page 33. Here you'll see the layout for the front panel motherboard pins. The view towards the left shows where to connect the jumpers coming from the case to the motherboard. The view on the right shows where each positive wire and negative wire connects. The common colored wire for each jumper will be used as negative. Except for the internal speaker 4-pin jumper. Normally positive wire is red in color and ground is black in color and connects to pins 16 and 19 only. Pin 1 is shown. Pin 2 is to the right of pin 1. Pin three is below pin 1 ECT.

Cheers'
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