microstar ms6527 motherboard

July 27, 2011 at 01:58:32
Specs: windows bista ultimate, pentium4 7568MB ram
i've found an old motherboard on my old stuffs, particularly microstar ms6527. now, im plannign to test if it is still working, the problem is i dont know where to connect the cable for the power switch as im just improvising a switch for it. and also there's a 3 jumper on the board but i removed it and don't know their exact locations.

kindly help. i've been trying to search actual diagram of ms6527 board but to no avail can't find anything.

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July 27, 2011 at 02:24:38
go to there website and they should have in info on that motherboard there for download


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July 27, 2011 at 05:20:31
I assume you're going to benchtest? You don't need a switch for that. All you need to do is momentarily touch a screwdriver blade across the 2 pins the power button would normally attach to. The pin assignments are usually printed on the board. I couldn't find that particular board model at the MSI website but from Googling, it appears it's based on an Intel 845 chipset. See if you can find your board on the following list:


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July 29, 2011 at 00:38:50
hi mickliq, thanks for your suggestion, i'll try to do that. by the way here's Another info on that board, when i find that motherboard and tried to test it, it powers on automatically just by turning on the avr. but no sign of BIOS, i've replaced the videocard and memory from a good running PC just to check if its the videocard or memory but still its just powering on, and then i've seen 3 pieces of jumper on that board and i removed it thinking it might solve the problem but i think i just worsen since now i dont know where are they exactly located and now theres no response even switching on the avr.

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