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Looking for schematic/manual for my MCP61PM AM motherboard.

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by jetechswife, Oct 1, 2010.

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  1. jetechswife

    jetechswife Thread Starter

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    I have a fancy tower with a flashing blue light inside and I had my husband put the motherboard from another tower into this one. The mother board has this stamped on it: HT 2000 MCP61PM AM, Rev:1.0, 15-V01-011000 ei. Well, my tower has a reset button on it, but we don't know where to put the wire for it on the motherboard or even if we can. My tower has a few other extra wires for extra stuff but again not sure where to attach to motherboard. So, we need the schematic for the dumb thing. The motherboard was part of a Gateway package, so, of course, we did not get any information about anything. If anyone can help, it would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Yes, it is. I am printing the manual now. Thank you so very much. If we have any questions once my husband has read the manual, may we contact you specifically?
     
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    Just reply here and I'll see it when I come back on.
     
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