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Where to find the part number for the Dr. LED option?

I just purchased an used AOpen AX4B Motherboard from on eBay and I am trying to locate where I can purchase the Dr. LED Option unit to go with it. I have contacted AOpen and they said that I must have a part number for this Dr. LED Option, which they don't have on hand any more. Can you help me find this part number?

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Hi,

with the indulgence of ginko....

Is this what you looking for?Where to find the part number for the Dr. LED opti - 3afec56.jpg



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I would suggest going for the Dr. Voice module instead of the Dr. LED. Instead of beeping, BIOS clearly describes the error using the on-board piezo speaker when you have the Dr.Voice module. This feature is intended to let you solve installation problems. It can detect component and installation issues related to the CPU, memory modules, VGA, PCI add-in cards, FDD, HDD, and allow your computer to literally talk you through it. Dr. Voice lets you choose between English, German, Japanese, and Chinese.

Just call Aopen and ask for this. They should have all the details at hand, as they are the only ones who use this module (as far as I know..)

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It is printed in gold or silver in a corner on board

Posted on May 25, 2008

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    Ginko May 25, 2008

    Inspect the board, you will find a number printed on it in small characters, that is motherboard part number.

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    Ginko May 25, 2008

    Here is a picture of your Motherboard.
    Check also for a small sticker with a barcode, it should be near to the cpu socket (right on picture), That should also be part number.


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