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Postby aerospacey » Mon Aug 11, 2003 4:51 pm

This board has no info on it re: front panel pin block hook-up. I don't want to short something out so, hopefully somebody can help me out. It looks a lot like an Intel SE440BX-(?), but 1 shared ISA only. Board has: ATX form, Slot 1, 3 DIMM, AGP, 4 PCI, 1 PCI/ISA, 2 USB, LPT stacked over 2 9-Pin serial DINs, No built-in Sound/Game port, No Firewire.

Chip Set includes (numbers taken from components):
SMSC I/O controller: FDC37M707, B9943-D75110, 2SMU37254.4, Phoenix 1996 MK 42i
Intel PCIset: FW82371EB, L9460144, SL37M, Intel '98
Intel AGPset: FW82443BX, F947IJ33, SL2VH, Intel '98
Intel "Flash"(BIOS?): E28F008S5, 120 5V, 59400047W, '92 '96

The front panel pin block (2 X 8 ) is located in Zone H8 at the right end of J8G2 (unused 1 X 15) next to J8J1 SCSI HD jumper. The solder side has a "PB 724997-002" and "COMPEQ" in the upper right corner. I went to the Compaq site, but it wasn't very helpful. Any ideas?
Thanks - Aerospacey
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Postby evasive » Mon Aug 11, 2003 5:34 pm

OEM Intel board. Any stickers on the top surface with 400xxxxx or 25xxxxx numbers? Any sticker with an AA xxxxxx-xxx number?
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Postby evasive » Mon Aug 11, 2003 5:38 pm

Could be WS440BX. Front panel for that is here:
http://www.cc-solutions.com/tech/ws440bx.html

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Postby Aussie » Mon Aug 11, 2003 10:59 pm

next to J8J1 SCSI HD jumper


Complicates matters doesn't it. :?


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Postby evasive » Tue Aug 12, 2003 2:15 am

Optional SCSI LED more likely. J8J1 also happens to be frequently used for IDE connector 1 and look where that is sitting at relative to the 15 pin front panel header for the retail board. :roll:
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Need Board ID to ID Panel Pins?

Postby aerospacey » Tue Aug 12, 2003 6:03 pm

Appears you all hit the nail on the head! The photo clinches it! (I hope) Thanks!
There are three stickers: 4000608 w/zebra just below the floppy conn, P05A934914333396 w/zebra on upper edge (photo ref) above RH 3 PCIs and E205351 (UL listing no.?) at the right of the on board speaker (?). The 2 X 8 pin block only shows 1 row of pins in the photo but I suspect it's due to perspective shift from the use of a wide angle camera at close range. In this case PRI IDE is J8G1, but I think you're right re: J8J1 as LED, although I do recall having to set a jumper to have a board recognize SCSI at some point in the past.
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Postby evasive » Tue Aug 12, 2003 6:06 pm

That is the one 4000608 points directly to it. As for the SCSI, you wouldn't happen to have a SCSI card in there?
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Postby aerospacey » Tue Aug 12, 2003 7:02 pm

I guess I should have entered "that" number into Google and skipped trying to filter from the chip numbers (DUH). I don't have SCSI card in yet, but will use for external SCSI devices. Gateway site says it's used to allow HD light on front to respond to SCSI drive. Thanks again!
Is motherboards.org hosted in Australia or Russia or China or some island at 105 W longitude?
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Postby aerospacey » Tue Aug 12, 2003 7:03 pm

OOPS. 105 E longitude.
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