Question about ASUS M2N-MX Motherboard
Hello. My name is Jim and I am writing you to ask for your Help. I found your Contact Information at the Technical Support, Instructions & Repair Service Website.Main support number 1-510-857-0131. I Bought a Refurbished Jetway V400DBL VIA KT400 Socket A ATX MB Motherboard from Computer Geeks through e-Bay and the Board only came with the Drivers CD, and a One Sided Paper Mini-Manual which doesn't show how/where to properly plug my Computer Case Control/Power Plugs onto it.;-( I was able to figure out where to plug most but not all of the Computer Case Plugs onto this Board which is why I am writing you here. I am Disabled and on a Fixed Income so I cannot afford to take my Computer with this Board to my Local Over Priced Computer Repair Shop which by the way is a Computer Geeks Shop because they Charge/Over Charge for doing this kind of thing to the Price of $100.00 per hour which I cannot afford.;-( I have enough experience/know how to usually do this job myself,but this Board is Missing the White Printing which would indicate which 2 pins I need to place the HDD Plug on the Case.;-( I don't want to Accdentally Overload this Board so I am writing you to ask you if you by chance have some kind of Schematic or Picture for this Board which will clearly show me or tell me which 2 pins I need to use here on this Board??? I just require Help with 1 HDD Plug from my Computer Case to this Board. Can you Help Me with finding me a copy of the Manual and E Z Guide as well because they didn't come with this Motherboard from Computer Geeks and when I Contacted them and asked them if they had them or could Help Me get them they Referred Me to the Web where I found you folks. Kindly check into these things for me and get back to me with whatever you find out here so that I can Finish gettng this Board an my New Computer up and running. Please Help. Thanks. Jim Evans Clovis CA. Tel#: 559-299-8726-E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pin 5 and 6 , pin 6 is ground.
if you are counting the pins as
then pins 3 and 8 , 8 would be ground.
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