Looking for a motherboard diagram

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  1. hideon9

    hideon9 The plane will take off.

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    for an Asus P4SD-VX. They were specially made for sony desktops and I can't find a diagram or anything for them anywhere. Does anyone know where I could this?

    I already went through pages and pages of google results and all I found were other people looking for the same thing :sad2:
     
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    If you show us a photo, we can probably make one for you.
     
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    hideon9 The plane will take off.

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    best one I can find.

    Specifically I need to know what pins are for what (lower left). My g/f just got a new case and it has some extra usb and audio jacks on the front. Need to know where to hook those up + a few of the case lights (power led etc.)
     
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    does she still have the mobo manual? thats your best best
     
  5. hideon9

    hideon9 The plane will take off.

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    I doubt she ever had one. If she did she doesn't now. It's from a 3 year old sony desktop.
     
  6. You should try sending an email to Asus. They would be of more help.
     
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    hideon9 The plane will take off.

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    When I was searching through google results I came upon quite a few with people saying Asus had been no help at all to them, so I've been avoiding it.

    If I can't find anything then I'll call them.
     
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    I'd just map them manually based on the wiring of the Sony case.
     
  9. deusexaethera

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    I did that once. It's an enormous pain in the ass. Be a good boyfriend and buy her a cheap mATX motherboard that can use the components she has, and has non-proprietary hookups.
     
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    hideon9 The plane will take off.

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    That's how I did most of it but some of the wires don't match up between cases.

    Do I need a sound card in it in order to use the headphone jacks on the front of the case? I didn't see anything on the motherboard that the wires could plug into.
     
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    hideon9 The plane will take off.

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    Unfortunately I'm broke right now :(
     
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    the "VX" is just a micro-atx version of that board, I think.

    Pinouts are the same.
     

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