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Liteon na115 I bought this mb from ebay, but got no manual for it. I'm kinda new to building systems, so I'm not sure how to hook up the power switch. Nothing's labelled, and I don't want to fry anything. Can you help?

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Here are the detailed specs of what is on the MB. With this information you should be able to search for the drivers for each component. Here also are drivers to the NA130. Some of the components may be the same. Processor u Socket mPGA478B u Intel® Pentium®4 Willamette/Northwood Chipset u INTEL MCH 82845 u INTEL ICH2 82801BA Super I/O u SMSCTM LPC47M192 Front Side Bus Frequency u 400 MHz Memory u 2 x DIMM sockets support up to 2GB u Support PC200/PC266 DDR SDRAM Video u External 1.5V AGP slot Audio u 3D audio compliant with AC?97 rev.2.1 u ADI AD1885 CODEC LAN (option) u INTEL 82562 ET/EM u Support 10/100Mbps Ethernet IDE Ports u PROMISE PDC20265R ATA-100 RAID controller (option) u 2 x IDE ports support up to 4 devices u Support Ultra DMA 33/66/100 Expansion Slots u 1 x AGP slots u 5 x PCI slots u 1 x CNR slot share with one PCI slot (option) BIOS u 2/4 Mbit flash EEPROM u AMI®; BIOS, PnP, ACPI, SMBIOS 2.3, Boot Block, DMI Manageability u WfM 2.0, DMI 2.0, WOL, SMBus Industrial u PCI 2.2 u USB 1.1 Additional Features u Keyboard / Mouse / USB wake up u Support S1, S3, S4 and S5 ACPI status u Hardware monitor capability Rear Side I/O Ports u 1 x PS2 keyboard & mouse u 2 x USB ports u 1 x RJ-45 LAN connector (option) u 2 x Serial port u 1 x Parallel port u 3 x Audio jacks (LINE-OUT, LINE-IN, MIC-IN) u 1 x Joystick / MIDI port On Board I/O Interface u 1 x +12V power connector u 1 x Aux power connector (option) u 1 x Floppy connector u 1 x Front panel connector (Switch, LED, IRDA) u 1 x Header to support two USB ports at front side u 1 x Header for front side LINE-OUT and MIC-IN u 3 x Fan headers for CPU, chassis and system u 2 x ATAPI headers (CD IN, AUX IN) u 1 x Header for chassis intrusion (option) u 1 x Header for MONO-OUT (option) u 1 x ATX power connector Accessories u User's Manual u Drivers CD u Quick Installation Guide u Ultra DMA 66 / 100 Cable u Floppy Cable Board Size u ATX form factor u 12" x 9.6" (30.5cm x 24.4cm)

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Hello vbrad511, We searched everywhere, and could not find any manual. You will also need drivers for the chipset. The best we could do is this link which you can email Lite-On and get the information or links emailed to you. Sorry that we were not more helpful. Please let us know how it goes for you. Best regards, nightdiver

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