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Need front-panel pinout info on this Intel board

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Alex Ethridge, Jan 25, 2009.

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  1. Alex Ethridge

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    The board is Intel D845EPT2 with Intel 845 SE chipset. I found an English manual at the Intel site; but, it has nothing in it about the front panel LEDs, power switch, reset, etc. in all of its 80 (+/-) pages. I guess this board was originally intended to be used in a case that had a front-panel wiring block.

    I did a Google search and came up with a plethora of irrelevant information.

    I guess there might be a standard arrangement that Intel uses; but, I can't find anything indicating that either.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. cwwozniak

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    Found this on the Intel web site (second page listed for a Google search of D845EPT2 connectors).
     
  3. win2kpro

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    All standard Intel boards from series 845 onward use the standard Intel front panel pinout cwwozniak posted.
     

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  4. Alex Ethridge

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    Thanks a lot, guys. I guess the right search terms just don't occur to me. I did a search for Intel D845EPT2 "front panel" pinout and came up with a manual 78 pages long that seemed to just skip over the front panel pinouts. And there were a lot of other "hits" that missed.

    Thanks again.
     
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