Question about Soyo Slot 1 SY-6BE+ Motherboard

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Front cable configuration

I unpllugt the front cable from my mobo
and when i try to put it back
i see thet is nothing is wreating on
the mobo
how can i put it back

slot 1 sy-6be mobo

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  • shalom rozentweig Apr 24, 2008

    you halp me ok i solve my problem

    it send me to pdf file then another problem accore

    how to open it

    but then automticly get solution from windows

    i try to say they you have to explain all the way

    including how to open the pdf file

    thanks again

    shalom from israel

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To late
thenks again i hop to have more problem to be solve
its good to larn from you
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Click here for soyo support
select your model no. and get manual from there.
Thanks
Iqbal

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

  • Iqbal Husain
    Iqbal Husain Apr 24, 2008

    shalom,

    its great that you have solved your problem.

    Regarding How to open PDF:


    • Its allready supposed that like OS you should have some essential thirdparty software, like Acrobat reader, Flash Player, RealPlayer....etc and many more. These all are free and you can download.

    • Adobe Acrobat reader is frequently used for PDF, and most companies are producing their manuals, user's guides etc in PDF format.

    Really I did not think that this type of problem may occer.

    Sorry for inconveniance.

    Anyways thanks for your rating, feedback and suggesstions.



    Thanks

    Iqbal

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