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Need user manual for E139761 intel motherboard.

Hellow need user manaual for iintel server motherboard e139761 can you please help me?

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  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2008

    I need to know where the power, reset switch hdd led and power led plug into on the board.

  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2009

    i have almost the same problem, i have one but need to know how everything goes

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Hello ganeshfulare;
I have your answer(I hope:). Using j10d10, place wires accordingly;
red goes to 1, black goes to 3(for power led)
green goes to 2, orange goes to 4, black goes to 13(for HDD led)
blue goes to 6, white goes to 5(for power switch).
I guess the colors may differ slightly, but thats how it is on mine and it works properly. I was wondering if you(or anyone out there knows what the other IDE port is for(next to the dimm slot)? I am in the process of putting this old thing back together and was just curious.

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Garry73 i beilieve you are talking about the floppy disk slot for the ide cable

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Busco placa de red para esta mother, cualquier placa pci es compatible?

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