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To get actual schematics for a motherboard you need to be a registered technician with the company that makes the motherboard. on the other hand if you were only looking for pinouts for the jumpers and labels or various things on the main board that would be included in the owners manual you can download that usually from the website of the manufacturer of the motherboard
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