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  1. 1. Installation Guide General Information Item Checklist M0240 Specifications are subject to change without notice, reference only. Barebone System Unpacking Guide Install Guide S PA TE AT K PA E H PAS HE Accessory Kit IN NE Installation SIN ICO SIN ICO T ST EA SIL K E N SIL K Guide CD Procedure & 1 Loose the screws on the rear panel from the case. 2 Pull out the mainboard from the case. Heat-sink FAN System Unit 1 Power Adapter & 2 1 Power Cable CD-ROM Adapter PU Sponge Please refer to quot;Hardware Installationquot; of quot;Installation Guidequot; for system installation procedure. Mainboard Layout Specifications are subject to change without notice, reference only. A7 A3 A1 Install CPU / Cooler Install Memory PS/2 MOUSE 19V EXT LINE OUT VGA PARALLEL PORT COM1 & KEYBOARD POWER PORT PORT PORT PORTS PORT LAN & USB PORTS Q screw 3 1 A9 A8 A6 A5 A4 A2 4 45 5 A1 RJ45 LAN Port 2 10 A2 USB Ports 1 Intel 865G Chipset A3 PS/2 Mouse Port FAN1 2 Intel 82801EB Chipset A4 PS/2 Keyboard Port 7 3 I/O Chipset A5 19V Power In 1 4 Audio CODEC Chipset A6 LINE-Out Port 5 Flash EEPROM A7 Parallel Port 45 6 A8 VGA Port 1 DIMM socket push down to 45-degree. 6 CPU Socket 478 2 Install memory module into the DIMM socket. 7 DDR DIMM Sockets A9 RS232 COM Port 8 IDE Connectors 3 1 CPU cooler 2 9 PC104 Plus Connector (option) Heatsink 10 CPU FAN (FAN 1) 2 Compuond WARNING CPU This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B IDE1 IDE2 digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to B1 MIC-In Port provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is 9 B2 Power Button 90 operated in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate B3 Reset Button radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction B4 HDD LED manual may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no 4 1 B5 Power LED guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be B6 Ear Phone Port J10 determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct 1 B7 USB Port the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1 1 8 B8 1394 Port Pillaret Socket 478 * Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. * Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. B8 B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 B1 * Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the 1 CPU socket lift up to 90-degree. receiver is connected. 2 Install CPU into CPU socket. * Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for help. (Match socket pin 1 and CPU cut edge) POWER HDD RST PWON 3 Glue the heatsink compound between the CPU and heatsink. LED LED BUTTON BUTTON MIC IN 1394 PORT USB PORT EAR PHONE PORT PORT Notice: The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible 4 Install CPU cooler on top of CPU. for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equivalent. Tighten CPU cooler with screws into pillaret. Installation Guide Hardware Installation M0240 Part List STEP 1 STEP 3 STEP 5 Install Case Install HDD device Install CD-ROM device A HDD & CD-ROM Bracket *** Before next step, you have to complete the install CPU/cooler and memory installation. *** P B CD-ROM Adapter 2 D G Complete CPU/cooler C UDMA ATA Cable 2 1 C H D CD-ROM 44-Pin Cable 2 E Print/COM/VGA Screws (* 6) A 3 1 1 I F Front Panel G Rear Panel 1 K Complete Memory F 3 1 Push the CD-ROM device to the bracket. 1 Install mainboard into the case. H Case I 2 Tighten rear panel with screws on the case. 2 Install the CD-ROM 44-pin cable to the CD-ROM device. 3 Stick the rubber stand. HDD 1 Push HDD into HDD & CD-ROM Bracket. I Mainboard Notice:The HDD's label side is down. Complete System 2 Install UDMA ATA cable to HDD device. 3 Install 12V power connector to HDD device. Installation Accessory Kit J EMI Sticker (*2) O K Rubber Stand (*4) 3 L Plastic Spacer (* 2) M M HDD Screws (* 5) A 4 3 Tighten the CD-ROM device and bracket with screws. N CD-ROM Adapter Screws (* 3) STEP 4 Install FAN O CD-ROM Screws (* 5) 4 Tighten the HDD & bracket with screws. 1 R P Case Screws (* 2) STEP 2 Q CPU Cooler Screws (* 4) Install CD-ROM adapter R CPU FAN Screws (* 2) L 2 The system uses entire casing for S Heat Sink Paste (* 1) 1 SIL INK SIL SIN ICON PA partial heat dissipation, so the S N KP EH SIN ICON AS E KP EH TE AT AS EA TE T 3 B normal operating temperature is between 40 C ~ 55 C. J 2 1 CD-ROM 1 Insert plastic spacer to the CD-ROM Adapter. 1 Tighten FAN on CPU cooler with screws. 2 Tighten CD-ROM Adapter and CD-ROM with screws. 3 Paste EMI Stickers to the CD-ROM top. 2 Connect CPU FAN connector to mainboard CPU FAN connector. Specifications are subject to change without notice, reference only.