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Looking for motherboard layout ms-6382


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hismack

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I am trying to rebuild an old E-Machines T1600. Apparently the powersupply blew out the motherboard, so I am replacing the motherboard and the powersupply. The motherboard is a ms-6382 that i purchased online, and it did not come with a layout. So, I do not know how to place the jumpers nor do I know how to complete all of the connections. Where do I get a copy of an MS-6382 version 1 layout? This is the first time for me to try salvaging this computer, and, quite frankly, I'm not sure if this is the correct motherboard for it.
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Does yopu MB look like this one?

http://h10025.www1.h...ocname=bph07352

Maybe it is similar to this and you can download the manual.

http://www.msi.com.t...p?UID=28&kind=1

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