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Identifying the ground


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mlwjackson

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I had an old emachine T2885 go bad and decided to rebuild using the case, DVD and CD drives. The new motherboard is a MSI K9NBPM2-FID.
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Hi mlwjackson.

Here is a picture of the ground. This particular one is the MCG, or Melbourne Cricket Ground. :)

Now I know that's not very helpful, but I'm really confused by what you're asking. Can you please give exact questions on what you are trying to do? Be very specific - what's the problem? Then we'll be able to help you!

Cheers :wave:
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Some how I only submitted part of the question. I can see how it did not make sense. I am reposting the whole thing.
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Okay no worries, if it doesn't work for you, try wrapping everything in quotes, or splitting between a few posts. There has been a known issue recently with this problem, and admin is working on it. :)

Edited by FPVDriF6, 18 September 2007 - 09:00 PM.

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