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I have an old vesa motherboard, and I need some doc. for jumper setting. The only hint it contains is: GMB-486SG ver. 2.2. Can anybody help me???
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rmarotta earned 200 total points
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lofgren,
Specifications for your motherboard can be found here:
http://www.gemlight.com.hk/proindex/G_486SG.HTM
A manual can be downloaded as a ZIP file here:
http://www.gemlight.com.hk/manualindex/manual.htm
I hope it helps.
Regards,
Ralph

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Can you make it run or do you need jumpers for that?
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