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Something exploded on the top side of the motherboard near the av port. More specifically it's the brown 2 pin something to the left of the board label " TH2401 ". Can somebody tell me what is marked on it? should have a weird x symbol. Extra points: what is it? It seems to be th2401 cuz the other "fancy diodes" are labeled also. I'm trying to fix an av out problem.

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    Alex Dickman Jan 26, 2008

    I tried one of the independent shops in the Sacramento area, but no dice, I'll try another. The resistor seems to be going to the component video, or maybe its just related to the common ground for the av port. Thank you, thermal resistor at least gives me a place to start.

  • Alex Dickman
    Alex Dickman Feb 04, 2008

    I bought another broken ps3, and the thermistor that exploded was x02, for anybody that cares. May be related to the blinking red light of death, creating false hot readings and all, not sure yet

  • Alex Dickman
    Alex Dickman Feb 17, 2008

    On the same no video machine, I replaced a five volt regulator that was putting out 9 volts (78m05g, on bottom side of mobo), still no video, and still have a sony chip with a weird scorch mark that would be impossible for me to solder.

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Accordianman is right, it's a thermal resistor. You're best bet is to take the entire board to your nearest electronics specialty shop (not Radio Shack) and ask them what the value is. Or you can call the one I normally go to, he is a wizard at finding values of obscure parts like that. It's Tanner Electronics @ 9722428702. It's best to take it in, but if you don't live in the DFW area, it's kind of impossible. Hope that helps.

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Thermal resistor has failed. Not sure of the value. What are you trying to connect?...accordianman

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  • Michael Borelli Feb 18, 2008

    Did this machine fry "right before your eyes"? What type of connections did you have at that time. It sounds to me like you need a video processor, but it's hard to tell from my vantage point. Have you at least talked to Tanner and maybe made arrangements to send it to some servicer?...accordianman

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Foxconn 761mx


I'm going to presume that you have a tower or case that is the correct size.

First clean out the case of any junk, dust, etc. Then ground yourself to the case so as to dissipate any static electricity. I suggest you get a static clip for this.

Remove the motherboard from the static free film bag and locate the screw set bag. Most of the screws for ATX and Micro-ATX boards are standardized so it really doesn't matter which screws you use out of the bag. The vast majority of them should have a multi-head (phillips, flat, hex). Take the motherboard and gently place it in the case, making sure the case is on it's "back" so that the side you're mounting the motherboard to is flat on the ground.

Align the screw holes of the motherboard with the best fit of the screw holes found on the case. Note: If it is an intel based processor motherboard, you may need to mount the processor first and then the heat sync and fan before mounting it to the case, as it mounts directly to the motherboard. Since the Foxconn 761mx is an AMD board, this shouldn't be an issue.

Then locate your peripheral components (hard drive, optical drive, fans, heat sync, processor, ram, case fans, video card etc). Mount the AMD processor into the AM2 socket, making sure the socket handle is up or in the unlocked position. Once it is seated lock the processor into the socket by placing the handle down. Be firm but gentle in pushing the arm down. It should lock in smoothly, if you feel any major resistance, stop, release the handle and check to make sure the processor is in place correctly.

Once the processor is installed, cover the base of your heat sync with heat gel (Thermal Compound)(if it doesn't already have it, I suggest Arctic Silver~ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835100007~ as it is superior than most of the preloaded gels).
Because this is an AM2 socket with a specialized clip, you'll find that it can be a little persnickety getting it on. The heat sync you have should tell you how to do it. If I remember correctly this particular clip you unscrew and loosen the side clips. The heat sync fits under this type and you then clamp it down. But I'm going off of a picture so I'm not exactly sure.

Once the heat sync is mounted and pressed firmly against your processor you're ready to situate your other components. Install your ram (making sure to match the notches to the spacer. This motherboard uses DDR2 ram so it's not that fast, but you have two slots to fill up to a max of 16 gb). Place your hard drives or SSDs into the drive bay where you'd like them to be, and place the optical drive into the optical drive bay. If you're going to install a zip drive or floppy drive (first why?) connect it to the black IDE connector. The primary hard drive on this motherboard can be either SATA or IDE. You can get SATA to IDE adapters if you need to have more than one SATA hard drive, or you can purchase a PCI-E SATA controller to expand the hard drive space.

Mount your video card in the PCI-Express X16 slot (the long yellow slot) and then mount your power supply in the specified space in the case. Finally mount your case fans. Usually one in the back below the power supply (if it's an upright case) and one in the front near the hard drive bay.

The power supply will have four screws (probably already in the case) that will hold it into place.

Now that all of your components are seated or mounted, it's time to connect the power supply to the components.

First locate the ATX power lead. This is pretty self explanatory. This will either be 12 by 2 or 8 by 2+ 2 by 2, or 12 by 2+2 by 2 connector that fits the main power connector on the motherboard, located next to the two ram slots. You'll find a 2 by 2 power port next to the processor slot. Seat both power power connections on the board.

On this board there are two power input only. The remainder of the power output goes to the hard drives or ssd, the optical drive, fans and heat sync, and possibly video card or other expansion cards. If you've installed legacy equipment (non-sata or IDE hardware) you'll have a large white four prong male plug that will fit tightly into a four prong female plug on the legacy equipment.

Where as if you're working purely with SATA devices, you'll have a flat power supply plug that is keyed (looks like an L) that fits into the smaller power supply plug found most often to the left of the main SATA port on the hardware. This plug will be larger than the SATA plug in width, but thinner in height.

The IDE port and 10 pin IDE port for the legacy hard drive and floppy drive on this motherboard sit next to the main power plug, while the SATA ports are the Two Blue L shaped plugs. The IDE port is blue while the 10 pin IDE port (for the floppy) is black with a lower left hand missing pin (keyed).

Connect your hardware to their respective ports.
Next locate the 8 pin plugs for the Case USB ports labeled USB1 and USB2, usually for the front. Most cases come with a front USB expansion port. This will attach to one of the 8 pin connection points on the motherboard. Some older cases come with firewire or extra usb expansion cables which can be attached to either USB pin plug. USB1 and USB2 ports are painted green on the motherboard.

You'll find on this motherboard four more plugs, one that looks like a very small black four pin port near your cmos battery, a four pin port that has no plastic around it labeled COM2 with a blue underlay painted on the board. A black painted 7 pin plug near the 4 pin black port and then another 4 pin plug point labeled speaker.

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That is a complete guide to putting together your computer.

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GT1T-M7 CONFIGURATION DIAGRAM NEEDED


http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?DetailID=897&CategoryID=1&MenuID=16

It is my belief sir that you are referring to the ECS G31T-M7 (Version 1.0) motherboard. If I am incorrect please post back in a Comment.

Scroll down, and click on the Download tab.
(Features / Specification / Download / Support / FAQ / etc)

Now click on Manual.
(Driver / BIOS / Manual)

Scroll down, and click on the NAME of the country nearest yours.
There is the Motherboard User Manual in PDF file form.

For example;
The front of your computer is the Front Panel.
The area of contact pins on the motherboard, that the main wires from the Front Panel go to; is the Front Panel header.

Motherboard installed in computer case, with Processor to the Top, and Ram Memory slots to the Right; the Front Panel header is located at the Bottom/Right corner, to the left of the motherboard mounting hole.

F_PANEL
The Front Panel header pinout is on Page 29, of the PDF file.

There are 4 pins across the Top row, and 5 pins across the Bottom row.
The pins on Top are numbered EVEN.
The pins on Bottom are numbered ODD.

Starting on the LEFT side coming across to the Right side, Top row:
Pins 2, 4, 6, and 8. There is NO Pin 10.

Starting on the LEFT side coming across to the Right side, Bottom row;
Pins 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9.

A) Pins 1 and 3 are for the HarDDrive activity LED. (Light)
Pin 1 is for the Positive ( + ) wire.
If the HDD LED is dim when the harddrive is active, switch the wires around.

B) Pins 5 and 7 are for a Reset switch, IF a Reset switch is used.

C) Pin 9 is N/C. Not Connected.
This is probably a 5 Volt + point, reserved for factory testing.

D) Pins 2 and 4 are for the Power On LED.
(Light. It is a Light Emitting Diode)

Pin 2 is for the Positive ( + ) wire.
If the PWR LED is dim when the computer is on, switch the wires around.

E) Pins 6 and 8 are for the Power On switch.

Jumper settings are shown, Front Panel port header's pinouts are shown, etc.

Do you have a specific question? Please post back in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

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Do you have any user manual for front panel usb


http://www.msi.com/product/mb/PM8M-V.html

(MSI PM8M-V H, is version 2.0 )

Hover your mouse cursor on the Download tab.
(Overview / Specification / Download / Support / etc.)

In the drop down list, click on - Manual
Under the subheading - Download, click on the blue -
M7104v1.0.zip

[ This is a Zip file. A Zip file is a file that is compressed, to send easier. The above manual is for the M7104v1.0
It will work for the version 2.0 also.

You need a program to 'Unzip' it. (Decompress)
If WinZip is not working on your computer, go to 7-Zip, and download for free.
If you need guidance in downloading, and unzipping, post back in a Comment ]

There are two USB headers on the motherboard for the Front Panel,
JUSB1 and JUSB2. (Junction USB 1 and Junction USB 2)

Looking along the bottom of the motherboard, FROM the Right going towards the Left;

JFP1 header; (Front Panel main wires)
Header with 4 pins on the Top row, and 5 pins on the Bottom row.

JFP2 header; (Dual color Power On LED, and Speaker)
Header with 4 pins on the Top row, {Speaker}, and 3 pins on the Bottom row.

JUSB2 header.

JUSB1 header.

EACH USB header will support TWO USB ports in the Front Panel.
JUSB1 supports two,
JUSB2 supports two.

For each USB header there are 5 pins across the Top, 4 pins across the Bottom.
The pins are numbered EVEN across the Top, and ODD across the Bottom.

Starting from the LEFT side going across to the RIGHT side;
on the TOP row for JUSB2 and JUSB1;
Pins 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10.

Starting from the LEFT side going across to the RIGHT side;
on the BOTTOM row for JUSB1 and JUSB2;
Pins 1, 3, 5, and 7. There is NO pin 9.

A) Pin 2 is VCC
B) Pin 4 is USB1-
C) Pin 6 is USB1+
D) Pin 8 is Ground

E) Pin 10 is USBOC

Pin 10 is N/C -> Not Connected.
It is there, and Pin 9 is not there, to key which way a connector can go on. Only ONE way.

F) Pin 1 is VCC
G) Pin 3 is USB0-
H) Pin 5 is USB0+
I) Pin 7 is Ground

There is NO pin 9.

(The USB technology used is USB 2.0)

http://pinouts.ru/Slots/USB_pinout.shtml

Let's read together,
Under - USB pinout signals;

"USB is a serial bus. It uses 4 shielded wires: two for power (+5v & GND) and two for differential data signals (labeled as D+ and D- in pinout). NRZI (Non Return to Zero Invert) encoding scheme used to send data with a sync field to synchronise the host, and receiver clocks. In USB data cable Data+ and Data- signals are transmitted on a twisted pair. No termination needed. Half-duplex differential signaling helps to combat the effects of electromagnetic noise on longer lines. Contrary to popular belief, D+ and D- operate together; they are not separate simplex connections."

See the USB examples in the link above, where it labels the contact pins?
The MALE connectors are shown on the Left side.
The FEMALE connectors are shown on the Right side.

Your USB ports will be FEMALE, on the Front Panel.
They are also the A style. USB A style. The Top example to the Right.

Just noting the following in case for some reason, the wires coming from those contact pins in the female USB connector, are not color coded correctly;

Even after you have the wires sorted out, as to which contact pins they go to, DOUBLE-check again. Do NOT just go by the color code of the wires.
Why?

You do NOT want to accidentally connect the +5 Volts (VCC), to the Ground!

Explaining further;
You connect the VCC wire, (Red), of the USB port in the Front Panel, to the Ground pin on the USB header on the motherboard.

(Which means the Ground wire of the USB port, (Black), will probably also be connected to the VCC pin, on the USB header of the motherboard)

Zzzzzzap! There goes your front USB ports. Both USB front panel headers on the motherboard, will be DONE!

Make sure!

Going on;
1) VCC or Vcc, goes back relating to Transistor technology.
Just think of it as the Positive, or power wire.
It is.
It is 5 Volts DC.

2) GND is Ground. It's a DC circuit, and you have a Positive, and a Negative, or Ground.

3) USB1-
That is -> Data-

USB0 is for one USB port in the Front Panel.
USB1 is for another USB port in the Front Panel.

[ Each USB header on the motherboard can be connected, to TWO USB ports on the Front Panel.
Therefore for the two JUSB1 and JUSB2, you can connect Four USB ports in the Front Panel ]

Data- on one USB port in the Front Panel, goes to USB0-

Data- on the other USB port in the Front Panel, goes to USB1-

4) Data+
Same thing.
Data+ on one of the USB ports in the Front Panel, goes to USB0+
Data+ on the other USB port in the Front Panel, goes to USB1+

EACH side of JUSB1 and JUSB2, will support one USB port on the Front Panel.
Two sides per JUSB1 and JUSB2 = 4 USB ports on the Front Panel.

For additional questions, or clarification to anything I have stated above, please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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What processor supports a am35306 motherboard


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How to correctly attach usb 1 and 2 cables from front of computer to foxconn motherbraod a6gmv


Foxconn Support > A6GMV motherboard > Main Support page,

http://www.foxconnchannel.com/product/Motherboards/detail_overview.aspx?ID=en-us0000496

Click on Motherboard Manual

On the next page go down to the heading > File Download
At the end of > Motherboard, Socket AM3, Motherboard Manual, click on > View Detail
Finally go to the right of Download, and click on the blue Zip Disk icon.

In the small window that comes up >
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If not, left-click on the empty circle to the left of Save File.
Now go below, and click on OK.

A small window will come up. Observe the heading at the top of the window.
It may have Desktop, or My Documents, or Downloads, in the heading.
This is where the zip file will go to.

(Desktop screen.
Or Start> My Documents {Documents for Vista}
Or Start > My Documents > Downloads)

When you see the file Double-click on it.
Click on Unzip
Go to the top left, and click on Extract All Files
Click on the file name. (Next to the Adobe PDF icon)

Section 1:15 (Sec1:15)

There are Two green USB headers that are parallel to the bottom edge of the motherboard.

Looking at the USB headers there are two rows of pins.

The Top row of pins is numbered Evenly
The Bottom row of pins is numbered Odd.

On the Top row starting from the Left side of the motherboard, going towards the Right,
Pins 2, 4 ,6, 8, and 10.

On the Bottom row starting from the Left side of the motherboard, going towards the Right,
Pins 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9.

BOTH are numbered the same way.

EACH USB header can provide Two USB ports.

A) Pins 1 and Pin 2 are VCC

B) Pins 3 and Pin 4 are D -

C) Pins 5 and Pin 6 are D+

D) Pins 7 and Pin 8 are Ground

E) Pins 9 and 10 are not used. (Actually there is NO Pin 9)


USB pinout,

http://pinouts.ru/Slots/USB_pinout.shtml

Another USB pinout,

http://pinouts.ws/usb-pinout.html


One more time with details explaining the different types of USB styles,

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


Follow the color code of the wires in the cables coming from the USB port.

Use a multimeter to test each wire, if you are not sure what wire goes to what pin in the USB port.
Perform a continuity test with the multimeter set to OHM's.

Touch the individual wire in the USB cable, coming from the USB port, with the Positive (Red) probe lead.
Now touch a pin with the Negative (Black) probe lead of the multimeter.

When the meter scale shows continuity, you know what pin that wire goes to.
Write it down. Mark the wire with a small piece of masking tape, write on the tape what pin the wire goes to.

VCC, D-, D+, or Ground. (GND)

Have further questions regarding this post in a Comment.
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http://www.pcbuyerbeware.co.uk/images5and8.htm

And This is an ATX motherboard you can see the 20pin atx power connector, because the motherboard has an electronic switch to control the power.
http://www.nuggetlab.com/comptia_files/equipment/mother_ATX%20Motherboard.jpg


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