Bottom View

NOTE: This is engineering sample. The image above may not be exactly the same as the real main board you get.

1

DCIN1

DC-in jack

2

CRT1

External display port

3

N/A

Modem cable connector

4

MDC1

Modem board connector

5

BAT1

Battery connector

6

CDROM1

ODD module connector

7

FAN1

System fan connector

8

DM2

DIMM 2 socket

9

DM1

DIMM 1 socket

10

RTC1

RTC battery

11

CN2

Card reader board connector

12

MINIC1

Wireless LAN card slot

13

U62

South bridge (Intel ICH7M)

14

USB3

USB port

15

U67

Audio codec (Reltek ALC833)

16

LIN1

Line-in jack

17

MIC2

Microphone jack

18

LOUT1

Headphone/speaker/line-out jack

19

HDD1

HDD module connector

20-

USB1

USB ports

21

22

U58

CPU socket

23

U56

North Bridge

24

U53

VGA controller

25

TRING1

Modem jack

26

RJ1

LAN jack

Jumper Settings/Clear BIOS Password Procedures

1. Remove the DIMM cover and the lower DDR2 memory module, then find out the G96 position on the main board. Please just the lower DDR2 memory module, you will need the upper DDR2 memory module to boot up the system. (You should tear off the mylar to see G96).

2. Use a tweezers or a screwdriver to short the G96 pad and remain the short status.

3. Power on the system until POST is completed. Then you can release the tweezers or screwdriver. The BIOS password should be cleared after these steps.

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