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Connections Hi! Here is a link to pic of my motherboard: http://www.uploadgeek.com/uploads456/1/Shuttle AV42.jpg Wires to connect: Power Led +/- HHD Led +/- M/B SW Reset SW Thank you!

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  • zage89 Apr 09, 2008

    Hi. I sent the pic just checking if u got it?

  • zage89 Apr 09, 2008

    Yes! I cant thank you enough! Fixed my problem!

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Sorry friend its not accessible here.
send it to my mail iqbal_delphidev@yahoo.com

Thanks
Iqbal

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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    Iqbal Husain Apr 09, 2008

    Yaa zage i got it.

    here is your connection detail. See picture




    So make connection and finally...............:)) lol



    and don't forget to rate it fixya..



    Thanks

    Iqbal

  • Iqbal Husain
    Iqbal Husain Apr 09, 2008

    gaze you can connect power led to MSG LED



    Thanks

    Iqbal

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hello


Follow this link and get whatever you need about your AV42

http://eu.shuttle.com/archive/en/av42_faq.htm#download

THANKS for your trust
Don't forget to rate plz
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