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#ActualBaneTrapper

Posted 25 August 2013 - 08:18 AM

Quite a few motherboards are like the one in the picture you posted, and actually a have a legend printed on to the board next to where the jumpers are.  If yours doesn't then read the manual that came with it.  If you bought it without a manual, you will need to figure out the model number or it's very hard to help you.

 

edit: Also, HP do have a tech support forum.  I'm sure they can help you identify your motherboard.

The image was posted to represent the pins i have. I have connected then appropriately but i still get error.

By pins i mean the plastic sqare thing that goes onto pin(gnd, data+, data-, 5v)


#1BaneTrapper

Posted 25 August 2013 - 08:17 AM

Quite a few motherboards are like the one in the picture you posted, and actually a have a legend printed on to the board next to where the jumpers are.  If yours doesn't then read the manual that came with it.  If you bought it without a manual, you will need to figure out the model number or it's very hard to help you.

 

edit: Also, HP do have a tech support forum.  I'm sure they can help you identify your motherboard.

The image was posted to represent the pins i have. I have connected then appropriately but i still get error


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