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  1. #1
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    Aug 2005

    Default Spider-D

    Can anyone direct me to a place where I could get a picture of this m/b with the headers etc labeled??? The screenprinting leaves much to be desired. There are 2 headers in particular I need identified... P14 in the upper right corner of the board (2 pins) and P125 which is right next to the CMOS pushbutton. P125 is a 10 pin header with one pin missing for orientation.... it could possibly be either firewire or USB-1.

    Can anyone help??? Thanks in advance...


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    Texas, USA

    Default Re: Spider-D

    Does the board manufacturer not have a downloadable manual?
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2005

    Default Re: Spider-D

    Nope... it's from a Compaq 5423US, and they don't want ANYONE fixing OR upgrading ANYTHING they make!!!

    Their power supply is proprietary also, yet the wire colors are the same as the ones on a 3rd party power supply. I originally wanted to move the motherboard into a server case and put 4 hard drive slide in's and a Maxtor PCI 133 card, but the wimpy power supply that came with it can't handle all that! I didn't ruin the mobo, but it wouldn't work. I called Antec and their tech told me that the power supplies were proprietary. So much for building a cheap server!!

    So now I guess I'll just have to get a 3rd party mobo and use that P4 CPU (that is if it's not something special made for Compaq by Intel).

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