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Solved: IBM 73P0544 Motherboard - Need Pwr Sw, HD led, ect.. pin location


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19-Feb-2007, 09:39 PM #1
Solved: IBM 73P0544 Motherboard - Need Pwr Sw, HD led, ect.. pin location
I bought this board on ebay. I have no manual. It's an IBM 73P0544. There's a sticker on the board....FRU PN O2R4084. Also the board has IBM Rev:1.5. There are two connectors that are unfamiliar to me. One labeled A_F_PNL (possibly audio front panel??) and the other is labeled POV3 (no clue as to what this is for..yet). What I need to know is where to hook the power switch, reset switch, power led, and hard drive led. These are not printed on the board. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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25-Feb-2007, 10:58 AM #2
I fell short on finding the full pinout configuration, but by trial and error found where the power on/off and power led went.
I found out I am working with an IBM NetVista 8304. This information was displayed from the bios on power up.
I found support by going to the IBM website and entering 8304 ino their search block.
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09-Apr-2007, 10:47 AM #3
Can you show me the link in the IBM website?
Hi there.. I am using the same mother board as you and had tried to search in IBM website. But no luck so far on any links to pin location. Can you help to advice and provide the link to me? email: allanleow1978@yahoo.com.sg
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