P4S-LA MOTHERBOARD INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
1. GROUND YOURSELF. Buy an antistatic wristband and put it on, or on the power outlet, tough the screw in the middle of it.
2. Those little goldish screws that have a screw hole for a screw, and the shape of the upper part in hexgonal, screw those into the case so they line up with the screwholes on the mobo.
3. Repeat step one before putting in the motherboard, if you have the antistatic wristband, go past this step.
4. Make sure your grounded, the put it in slowly and careful so it lines up with the screws.
5. Put in the plate that holds the ports.
6. Screw in the screws, NOT TOO TIGHT OR YOU CAN CRACK YOUR MOTHERBOARD.
7. Put the power supply into the case and screw it in.
8. Where the COU should go, there is a little lever, pull it until you fell it wont move anymore.
9. Put in the CPU. DO NOT FORCE IT IN!!!. Line up the pins (when i say line up, I DON'T mean bend or snap the off, i mean line them up with the holes so the two areas without pins line up to the area on the motherboard) and let it slide in.
10. Move the lever back to it's original position.
11. Put the thermal grease on the CPU, then line up the heatsink's four small screw holes to the four small holes on the motherboard WITHOUT having the heatsink touch the CPU.
12. Put the heatsink on, make sure the screwholes line up, then screw it into place.
13. Put in all the PCI cards that you have into the slots then screw them into place, if you don't have any, skip this step.
14. Put the Cd drive(s), hard drive(s), floppy(s), ZIP drive(s), and cardreader drive(s) in.
15. Screw them into place.
16. Connect the wires from the case to their respective pins on the bottom right. (Third pair is the most important, connect it to the power switch.)
17. Put the RAM in, DON'T exert too much pressure, as they can snap.
18. Plug in all the wires from the power supply to their respective components.
19. Triple check to make sure you did everything right.
20. Close the case up, then connect all the wires from your monitor, keyboard, mouse, and whatever you may have to the right connectors for it.
Apr 12, 2009 |
ASUS P4S800-MX Motherboard