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Manual i got this motherboard and i'm looking for a maual for it. tried looking at the chaitech site, but nothing - the page with old products just doesn't work and new page is still in pieces =/ tried some other sites but found nothing too.

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Da-ta, __I hope you're just looking for user settings and such because like you I couldn?t find the entire manual anywhere. I did, however, find the board layout, ID and user settings reference. The document is a 6 page pdf, unfortunately I can't post pdfs and my conversion utility wants to make one jpg per page. Make sure you download each of the 6 jpg images for all of your data. Good luck and please don?t forget to rate the posting.

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    page 6 and the end.

  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2007

    And now that I?ve posted them I can see they?re almost unusable. I?ll post a text only version as well.

  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2007

    CHAINTECH COMPUTER COMPANY, LTD.

    CT-6LTM

    Device Type Mainboard
    Processor Pentium II
    Processor Speed 233/266/300/333MHz
    Chip Set Intel 440LX
    Video Chip Set None
    Maximum Onboard Memory 384MB (EDO & SDRAM supported)
    Maximum Video Memory None
    Cache 256/512KB (located on Pentium II CPU)
    BIOS Award
    Dimensions 305mm x 190mm
    I/O Options 32-bit PCI slots (4), floppy drive interface,
    green PC connector, IDE interfaces (2), parallel
    port, PS/2 mouse port, serial ports (2), IR
    connector, USB connectors (2), ATX power
    connector, AGP slot

    [Image]

    CONNECTIONS

    Purpose Location Purpose Location

    AGP slot AGP Power LED & CN7/pins 1 ? 5
    keylock

    ATX power ATX Speaker CN7/pins 7 ?
    connector 10

    Parallel port C1 Soft off power CN7/pins 11 &
    supply 12

    Serial port 2 C2 Turbo LED CN7/pins 13 &
    14

    Serial port 1 C3 Green PC connector CN7/pins 16 &
    17

    USB connector 1 C4 Green PC LED CN7/pins 18 &
    19

    USB connector 2 C4A Reset switch CN7/pins 21 &
    22

    PS/2 mouse port C5 IDE interface LED CN7/pins 23 &
    24

    IDE interface 1 C6 Floppy drive CN9
    interface

    IDE interface 2 C7 Chassis fan power CN10

    CPU fan power CN4 Chassis intrusion JP3
    connector

    IR connector CN6 32-bit PCI slots PC1 ? PC4

    USER CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS

    Function Label Position

    » Keyboard power on disabled JP1 Pins 1 & 2
    closed

    Keyboard power on enabled JP1 Pins 2 & 3
    closed

    » CMOS memory normal operation JP5 Pins 1 & 2
    closed

    CMOS memory clear JP5 Pins 2 & 3
    closed

    DIMM CONFIGURATION

    Size Bank 0 Bank 1 Bank 2

    8MB (1) 1M x 64 None None

    16MB (1) 2M x 64 None None

    16MB (1) 1M x 64 (1) 1M x 64 None

    24MB (1) 2M x 64 (1) 1M x 64 None

    24MB (1) 1M x 64 (1) 1M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    32MB (1) 4M x 64 None None

    32MB (1) 2M x 64 (1) 1M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    32MB (1) 2M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 None

    40MB (1) 4M x 64 (1) 1M x 64 None

    40MB (1) 2M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    48MB (1) 4M x 64 (1) 1M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    48MB (1) 4M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 None

    48MB (1) 2M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 (1) 2M x 64

    DIMM CONFIGURATION (CON?T)

    Size Bank 0 Bank 1 Bank 2

    56MB (1) 4M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    64MB (1) 8M x 64 None None

    64MB (1) 4M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 (1) 2M x 64

    64MB (1) 4M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 None

    72MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 1M x 64 None

    72MB (1) 4M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    80MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 1M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    80MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 None

    80MB (1) 4M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 (1) 2M x 64

    88MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    96MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 (1) 2M x 64

    96MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 None

    96MB (1) 4M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 (1) 4M x 64

    104MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    112MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 (1) 2M x 64

    128MB (1) 16M x 64 None None

    128MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 (1) 4M x 64

    128MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 8M x 64 None

    136MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 1M x 64 None

    136MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 8M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    144MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 1M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    144MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 None

    144MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 8M x 64 (1) 2M x 64

    152MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    160MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 2M x 64 (1) 2M x 64

    160MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 None

    160MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 8M x 64 (1) 4M x 64

    168MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    176MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 (1) 2M x 64

    192MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 4M x 64 (1) 4M x 64

    192MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 8M x 64 None

    192MB (1) 8M x 64 (1) 8M x 64 (1) 8M x 64

    200MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 8M x 64 (1) 1M x 64

    DIMM CONFIGURATION (CON?T)

    Size Bank 0 Bank 1 Bank 2

    208MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 8M x 64 (1) 2M x 64

    224MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 8M x 64 (1) 4M x 64

    256MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 8M x 64 (1) 8M x 64

    384MB (1) 16M x 64 (1) 16M x 64 (1) 16M x 64

    Note: Board accepts EDO & SDRAM memory.

    CACHE CONFIGURATION

    Note: 256KB/512KB cache is located on the Pentium II CPU.

  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2007

    and a better board image

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