Rev A01 problems.

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Rev A01 problems.

Postby Agia » Wed Feb 17, 2010 6:24 pm

Alright so hours of hunting and im finally frustrated and confused enough to post on here for help.
Hate to bother people with something so "simple" but I cant seem to find the configuration I have anywhere. The sticker on the board states its a REV.A01 and I have brought up the quick reference guide from DELL and confirmed from the pictures that the layout is the same. Problem now lies in the fact that I cannot find a single Front Connector pinout for this board.
I am trying to move my entire computer into a custom case and all the wires for the front usb's, speaker, mic, power switch, reset switch, and led light bar are all completely seperate. Makes it a universal case which would be wonderful IF I could find the front connector pinout schematic to plug it all in. Even if I could just get the power switch done I would be able to continue. The board comes with 5 usb's on the board so not a big deal with having front ones also. :o
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Postby evasive » Thu Feb 18, 2010 12:39 am

The actual series and model number (e.g. Dimension XPS 2400) would be helpful here. Usually from that we can track down what actual board is used.

For the record, off-hand I think there are some 40 different board models that are marked REV.A01 (revision A 1st series). If you happen to see a white barcoded sticker, please reply with the numbers found there, it increases the chances on success.
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Postby Agia » Thu Feb 18, 2010 12:52 am

Dell Precision 390 is the model number and the white sticker says CN-0DN075-70821-774-50YH
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