Question about Intel Motherboard
I've bought a MS 6309 V2.1 motherboard to replace my (dead) V1.1, from a Packard Bell iExtreme PC. Unfortunately the case connector is completely different.
Can anyone supply the corresponding pin numbers for the standard JFP1 connector to the Packard Bell equivalent, please? I have downloaded manuals for both versions from the MSI website, but they both show the same V2.1 connections, but not what I have installed on my Packard Bell motherboard.
Thanks in advance.
do you have acess to some thing that can show me a photo of what you need assists in or the page you are looking at so i can review the same document you are viewing so we can determ what they want. there must be some different abour v1.1 and v2.1, the size of the board or the board layout, the design, msi configuration is different, power supply location, or the high-th maybe the differance, the list can go on to infinity, set the board in front of you, map out the connection, trace the old wire pro the old equipents, see if they have the same amount connections and plug ins, if they are different than find out which items have different connector contact the manufacture ask for the engineering department and or wirining diagram layout, find out which wires color are used and which one core a late with the new board and remove the old ones, i had a system that had a different speaker pin layout and trace all the wires for the new set of wires, the old one had two 2 ground wires as the new one only had i ground wire i had splice the two 2 ground wires together.
if you need more help please contact me or leave me a phone # where i can call you and i will help you figure out the new design.
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