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EpoX 4G4A Hello guys, I've recently started putting together my old comp so I could put it up for sale, problem is I can't remember where all the cables on the EpoX 4G4A motherboard (R-ret, Mic-in and all the others) is supposed to be, and I can't find the manual in the house. Even more so I can't get the manual from anywhere since EpoX seems to have died. Can anyone help me get the manual, please?

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  • StooPidIcus May 20, 2008

    Thanks, and like you said those are mostly labeled. Unfortunately there's a lot of extra such cables that have no such labels on the mobo, like the + and - ones, not to mention some others named R-Ret and L-ret that's supposed to be plugged in on the other side of the mobo in some specific combination.

    Since those are not labeled on the mobo I still have the problem.
    But thanks for trying anyways =)

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Most MOBOs are labeled HDD, PWR, RST, etc. These are not polarized except the LED HDD indicator. Everything else should be obvious. All these are usually on the same header block of pins, might have SPKR too.

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