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Power connector I bought a used motherboard sis 962 lua how do i know where each plug for the power button, the speakers and all of that go.. ?

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If you look real closley at the motherboard the pins have identifications right next to them if not the manufacture of the motherboard and they will have the diagram online

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I WANT FULL INFORMATION 15 K86 011000 671T MV.1.0 MOTHERBOARD?


CPU ? LGA775 socket for latest Intel Core 2 Duo / Pentium D / Pentium 4 / Celeron D processor
? Supports Hyper-Threading Technology CPU
CHIPSET ? SiS® 671 & 968
? North Bridge: SiS® 671
? South Bridge: SiS® 968
GRAPHICS ? SiS Mirage 3 graphic engine
? Share Memory: Maximum up to 256MB
MEMORY ? Single-channel DDR2 memory architecture
? 2 x 240-pin DDR2 DIMM socket support up to 4 GB
? Support DDR2 667/533/400 DDR2 SDRAM
Due to the operating system limitation, the actual memory size may be less than 4GB for the reservation for system usage under Windows® 32-bit OS.
For Windows® 64-bit OS with 64-bit CPU, there is no such limitation
EXPANSION SLOT ? 1 x PCI Express x16 slot
? 1 x PCI Express x1 slot
? 2 x PCI slots
STORAGE ? Support by SiS 968
• 2 x Ultra DMA133/100/66 devices
• 2 x Serial ATA 3.0Gb/s devices
• RAID0 & RAID1 configuration
AUDIO ? Realtek ALC660 6-channel audio
? Compliant with HD audio specification
LAN ? Broadcom AC131 10/100 Lan Phy
REAR PANEL I/O ? 1 x PS/2 keyboard & PS/2 mouse connectors
? 4 x USB ports
? 1 x VGA port
? 1 x Serial port (COM1)
? 1 x RJ45 LAN connector
? 1 x Audio port
INTERNAL I/O CONNECTORS & HEADERS ? 1 x 24-pin ATX Power Supply connector
? 1 x 4-pin ATX 12V connector
? 1 x IDE connector
? 1 x FDD connector
? 2 x USB 2.0 headers support additional 4 USB 2.0 Ports
? 2 x Serial ATA connectors
? 1 x CD in header
? 1 x Front panel audio header
? 1 x Front panel switch/LED header
? 1 x SPDIF out header
? CPUFAN/SYSFAN connectors
SYSTEM BIOS ? AMI BIOS with 4Mb Flash ROM
? Supports Plug and Play 1.0B, APM 1.2, Multi Boot, DMI
? Supports ACPI revision 1.0 specification
FORM FACTOR ? Micro-ATX Size, 244mm*220mm

Dec 21, 2014 | Motherboards

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DOES K7SOM MOTHERBOARD UPGRADABLE?


Hello here is the homepage:

http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/Downloads_Driver_Detail.aspx?MenuID=61&LanID=0&detailid=79#Download-2

And the + versions:

http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/ECSSearch.aspx?menuid=0&lanid=0&keyword=K7SOM+

I would say no because the cpu does not exist anymore.

The only thing you can upgrade is the harddrive and the ram module.

The mainboard uses SDram and DDR ram in there own seperate block.
Sdram is hard to find and expensive.
DDRram can still be bought.

The specifications:

PROCESSORS

462 pin Socket A supports the AMD K7 processors
Full series of Athlon XP/Athlon/Duron processors
CHIPSET

SiS 740 & SiS 961/962 Chipset
SiS 740 Host/Memory controller with high quality 3D graphic accelerator
SiS 961/961B/962 MuTIOL Media I/O
Integrated USB 2.0 host controller in SiS 962
LPC I/O -ITE8705F
LAN: MAC integrated in SiS 961/961B/962 and PHY on board
AC97 Audio Codec: Compliant with AC97 2.2 specification
SYSTEM BIOS

AMI 2MB Flash EEPROM
Supports Plug and Play 1.0A, AMP 1.2, Multi Boot, DMI
Support for ACPI revision 1.0 specification
MEMORY

2 DDR DIMM Sockets and 2 DIMM sockets support (can not be used simultaneously)
Two 184-pin 2.5V DDR SDRAM (DDR266/200) or
Two 168-pin 3.3V SDRAM (PC133/PC100)
Maximum: 2GB (DDR SDRAM or SDRAM)
I/O INTERFACE

Hope this was helpfull

Nov 29, 2012 | EliteGroup K7SOM Motherboard

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Assemble foxconn mother boad diagram


Foxconn Support > 650M02-G-6L desktop motherboard > Main Support page,

http://www.foxconnsupport.com/download.aspx?models=en-us0000273&category=C000000001&brand=en-us0000001&Series=en-us0000001&chipset=en-us0000099&keywords=&sort=

Click on the last file listed at the bottom -
650M02-G-6L (Submitted 06/05/2009)
Motherboards : Socket 478 : Motherboard Manual

Click on the Orange - View Detail at the end

To the right of - Download: click on the small blue Floppy Drive floppy icon.

Make sure there is a Green dot in the small circle, to the left of -
Save File.
If not; click on the small empty circle to the left of Save File.
Now click on OK below.

A small window will come up on the left. Allow the file to fully download, then DOUBLE-click right on the file name.

In the next small window click on Extract all files, to the left.
Click on Next, Next, and Finish at the bottom of the next 3 small windows.

DOUBLE-click on - 650M02 - FOXCONN - V1[1].0-E...
,to the right of the red Adobe PDF icon.

There is your motherboard manual.

I reduced the view size to 75 percent, with the Zoom Out icon ( - ) at the top.
Use the Down Arrow, and go to Page 5. (Adobe Reader page number at top, to the right of the Down Arrow)

Motherboard Layout

Motherboard view shown is actually turned 90 degrees to the Right, in reality to how it actually is mounted in a computer case.

The front of your computer is the Front Panel.
The area of contact pins on the motherboard, that the main wires from the Front Panel go to, is the Front panel header.

Motherboard installed in computer case, the Front Panel header is to the Right of the CMOS battery, and located in the Bottom/Right corner, placed in a Vertical position.

Two columns of contact pins.
4 in the Left column, 5 in the Right column.

The pins on the Left side are numbered EVEN.
The pins on the Right side are numbered ODD.

Starting at the BOTTOM coming up towards the Top; Left side,
Pins 2, 4, 6, and 8. There is NO Pin 10.

Starting at the Bottom coming up towards the Top; Right side,
Pins 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9.

A) Pins 1 and 3 are for the HarDDrive activity LED. (Light)
Pin 1 is for the Positive wire.
If the HDD LED is dim when the harddrive is active, switch the wires around.

B) Pins 5 and 7 are for a Reset switch, IF a Reset switch is used.

C) Pin 9 is N/C. Not Connected. Probably 5 Volts + for factory testing.

D) Pins 2 and 4 are for the Power On LED. (Light)
(Light Emitting Diode)
Pin 2 is for the Positive wire.
If the PWR LED is dim when the computer is on, switch the wires around.

E) Pins 6 and 8 are for the Power On switch.

F) There is NO Pin 10.

Just a start. Do you need what CPU's are supported?

1) Intel Pentium 4, Socket 478 processors that are either Willamette Core, or Northwood Core processors.

A) 400Megahertz Front Side Bus (400MHz FSB)

B) Up To a 2.8GigaHertz (2.8GHz), Socket 478 -> Northwood Core - processor.

(Motherboard manual shows specs for using Intel Celeron's, that use a Socket 478 processor socket, but WHO cares?
'Celeys' aren't worth bothering with )

Starting with Willamette Core. Northwood Core processors are in the next chart. (Socket 478)

The motherboard chipset is a Northbridge chip, and a Southbridge chip,

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=File:Motherboard_diagram.svg&page=1

(CPU = Central Processing Unit. Another term used is Microprocessor, or Processor for short)

The Northbridge chip is a SiS650GX
The Southbridge chip is a SiS 962L, or SiS 962,

http://www.motherboards.org/mobot/chipsets_d/SiS/650GX+962L/

Install Processor first. (Remember to line up the Processor's; Dot/s, or Arrow/s with the processor socket's Dot/s or Arrow/s)
Thermal Paste correctly applied, Heatsink set properly. (F-L-A-T)

Plug Processor fan power wire into motherboard.
(White 3-pin connector to the Top Left corner of the Processor socket, and close to the top edge of the motherboard.
CPU_FAN)

Install Ram Memory.
Install motherboard on Support Plate.

The Support Plate can be a separate metal plate, or is part of the computer case.
When mounting the motherboard to the Support Plate, and NOT using plastic Spacers, but ARE using metal Standoff's;

,make SURE that EVERY Standoff is matched up, to a mounting hole in the motherboard.

IF, there is a Standoff not matched up to a mounting hole, there is a good chance it will touch an exposed solder joint on the bottom of the motherboard, and short the motherboard out.
(Maybe Processor, Ram Memory, graphics card if used, too )

On the back of the computer tower is a thin metal rectangular plate.
This is the I/O area, and the I/O Static Shield.
I/O stands for Input/Output.
Input devices and Output devices are connected in this area.
Mouse, Keyboard, Speakers, etc.

Every motherboard is supposed to come with it's own I/O Static Shield. If there is one already present remove it, use the one that came with the motherboard.
(Watch the edges! May be SHARP!)

Motherboard is installed tilted at an angle, I/O ports down.
Then I/O ports going slightly through the I/O Static Shield, the opposite side is brought down.

Two power cables from the Power Supply to motherboard;
1) 24-pin ATX main power cable;

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atxmain24

(Note* Color of connectors does NOT matter)

Plugs into the 24-pin ATX main power cable connector, to the right side of the Ram Memory slots.

2) 4-pin ATX +12 Volt power cable;

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atx12v4

Below the processor socket is the Northbridge chip. It is under that finned aluminum Heatsink, with Foxconn on it.
To the Left is a small 4-socket hole whitish connector.
This is the 4-pin ATX +12 Volt power cable connector, on the motherboard.

The Floppy Disk Drive flat ribbon IDE data cable, goes to the Black 34-pin connector to the Right; of the 24-pin ATX main power cable connector, on the motherboard.

Uses this Small 4-pin Peripheral power cable,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#floppy

(WATCH the contact pins on the Floppy Drive, for the power cable. They are Sharp as NEEDLES, and will stab you! They BEND real easy too!)

The Harddrive's flat IDE ribbon cable connects to the BLUE 40-pin connector, below the Black Floppy Drive connector.

BOTH, a Floppy Drive flat ribbon cable's connector, and a Harddrive flat ribbon cable's connector, and an Optical Drive flat ribbon cable's connector; have a LUG on one side.

This Lug is to match up with a small square Cutout, in the motherboard's matching connector.

The harddrive, and optical drive should have a square Cutout, in the circuit board.

IF, the cable connectors do Not have a Lug, or there is no Cutout on the Harddrive, or Optical Drive; post back in a Comment, and I'll detail how to correctly hook them up.

USB Headers: F_USB on the motherboard is for using TWO USB ports, in the Front Panel. (Page 22)

Audio Connectors (CD_IN) Page 23, is for the small audio cable that comes from the Main optical drive.
IF, you have two optical drives, use the one you consider the Main one, and attach the CD_IN (Audio cable) to CD_IN on the motherboard.
This connector is to the immediate Left of the number 2 and 3 white PCI slots.

REMEMBER, follow Anti-Static Precautions.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Nov 06, 2012 | Foxconn 650M02-G-6L Motherboard

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How do i plug in power button in on mother board? Lost my manual so I can't find the model #. I was just switching my mother board and all other hardware to new case and my power button (or switch or...


> power led,

Runs to the LED (Light Emitting Diode) labelled "power" on the front of your computer-case

> H.D.D led,

Runs to the front-panel LED that lights-up whenever the Hard Disk Drive is being used.

> reset sw,

Runs to the "reset" button on the front panel.

> speaker

Runs to the internal speaker

> s/b sw

Very briefly touch a metal-tip screwdriver between these 2 pins.
If the computer powers-on, you've found the "power" connector.



Nov 06, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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MS9317e+ manual


CPUs Embedded 3D Ultra AGP VGA Support Socket 478 for Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 1.5GHz~2.53GHz or faster Processor
400/533 MHz FSB Chipset SIS 651 + 961 MS9317E+
SIS 651 + 962 MS9317E+(USB)
MuTIOL® Delivering 533MB/s Bandwidth Memory Supports two 184-pin DDR DIMM maximum size up to 2GB
Supports two 168-pin SDRAM DIMM maximum size up to 2GB
Support DIMMs of DDR333/DDR266/PC133 CPUs Embedded 3D Ultra AGP VGA Support Socket 478 for Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 1.5GHz~2.53GHz or faster Processor
400/533 MHz FSB Chipset SIS 651 + 961 MS9317E+
SIS 651 + 962 MS9317E+(USB)
MuTIOL® Delivering 533MB/s Bandwidth Memory Supports two 184-pin DDR DIMM maximum size up to 2GB
Supports two 168-pin SDRAM DIMM maximum size up to 2GB
Support DIMMs of DDR333/DDR266/PC133manual for this board is no longer available but above is your mobo info

Nov 01, 2008 | Matsonic MS9317E Motherboard

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Connector pulled off power buton wires


Hi ford, the most common case colored wires used for negative - is white. The colors blue, red, green are usually positive +. The internal speaker though it uses a 4 pin connector only plugs onto the 2 end pins. Black is connected to negative - pin & red is connected to + positive pin. (Depending on the MB model).
All these case LED's use 5volts DC. If you make a boo-boo, don't freak out. You can usually shut down the system & turn the connector 180 & re-connect it with out hurting the board. Suggest you connect 1 at a time & check in-between each.

Still having trouble, include the name & model number of the MB.
Good luck!
Mike

Sep 28, 2008 | Motherboards

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Mother board jumpers setting


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Painkiller video game Crashes during Swamp Scene


Have you tried reinstalling the game, and using the latest video drivers available for your graphics card?

Jul 15, 2007 | Soltek SL-75FRN2-L Motherboard

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