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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have a compaq evo d5pm with this very same moutherboard and i am trying to upgrade it i have a 1.7 ghz p4 and 1 gig of pc 133 168 pin sdram in it i am trying to find out what it the maximum ammount of ram it will hold i found one web site that said it will do 3 gigs of sd ram and it will support any 400mhz front side bus p4 our celeron processer i am looking to put a 2.4 ghz p4 in it and atleast 2 gigs of sd ram can any one help me? and my answer to your question if you have the power pluged in and the led on and off switch pluged in to the moutherboard and you are not gettin any thing to power your mouthboard may be no good it may be shorted out take your moutherboard to a pc tech and ask him how much it would cost to test it it schould only cost $10.00 to $25.00 to get it teasted depending on what pc tec you go to in your area
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
check your motherboard manual if you do not have it go to www.support.hp.com and look for manuals based on the model. this should give you detailed instructions as to which pins you plug those cables into. usually they are located towards the bottom of the motherboard to the right of your PCI Expansion slots
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
SOURCE: emachine motherboard connections
EMachine apparently doesn't think anyone needs to know the motherboard connections! But Gateway uses the same board and here is the answer to your predicament:
Good luck, Steve Medley
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
This is strange because MSI doesn't have information on the 7548, since it was made directly for HP. Here is a diagram of another MSI similiar and usually they have their pins on their jumpers pretty much the same. You would use JFP1, And Pin's 1&3 would be the hard drive, 2 & 4 would be the LED, 6 & 8 would be the power switch, and 5&7 would be the reset switch. I know your motherboard is setup differnently, but your JFP1 should be in the right hand corner all by itself.
Front Panel Connectors: JFP1 & JFP2
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Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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