Motherboard Manual for MS-6389 Ver.1 S462 Motherboard
I need a copy of the motherboard for the MS-6389 Ver.1 S462 Motherboard. I am having trouble setting up the Front panel connectors, as I cannot get the board to power up. I tried two AMD chips (1.1 GHZ & 1.4GHZ).
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Re: Motherboard Manual for MS-6389 Ver.1 S462 Motherboard
This is the closest manual I could find for this motherboard. The link below will lead you to download a manual for the MS-6380LE (the other models close to this were MS-6378 and MS-6390)
However, it shouldn't be too different.
Please let me know if you still have problem with connection.
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1. You may have a power supply issue. 2. Try removing the power supply and replacing it with a know good one with the same specifications. 3. the power supply is giving the +12 volt to the fans but not to the rest of the board.
you need to find the manual for the motherboard. in order to do this you need to look on the motherboard and find the model number. than try searching that number in a search engine for the manual. hopefully that will tell you where the different plugs go.
Your hardware can be a cause of your issue , ( A.K.A bad DVD-Rom , power supply or even the hard drive ) Or the Opertional System is corrupted ( A.K.A Windows XP , WindowsVista , Linspire 6.0 or RedHat Linux )
Is it a Gateway PC?. They seem to be the only ones that use that motherboard. If so have a look on their website. You will need PC model or serial number. http://support.gateway.com/support/drivers/ddaStep.asp?pg=2&Tab=All
Try to jump start it with a screwdriver, just touch the screwdriver to the place where the power connection (from the front) cable plugs in. If this works, you need to plug the power into there, if not, you may not be hitting the right spot, or the psu/mobo is bad.