Installing The Cpu Heatsink Managing And Updating Your Bios Onboard Devices Configuration The power supply has two internal cooling fans. Four screws secure the bridge board to the motherboard and backplane indicated by circles in the figure below. These problems only requires simple troubleshooting actions that you can perform by yourself.

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Bios Setup Program Removing The Fans Installing The Cpu Heatsink Removing A Dimm Turn the rail degrees. Installing Cd-rom And Floppy Drives Product warranty or service will not be extended if: Install the Heatsink 1.

The power supply has three plugs labeled P1, P2, P3, and P4. Don’t have an account?

Table of contents Table Of Contents Insert the rails to the holes on the front panel and match the pin connector at the rear of the combo box with the connector on the front panel. Fan Cable Connections Legacy Diskette A [1.


Page 44 Appendix A: Azus Setup Page 20 – Removing and installing the chassis cove Remove a DIMM 1. Chapter 2 This chapter describes the hardware setup procedures that you have to perform when installing system components.

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Installing Cpu And Heatsink Products may not be available in all markets. Server systems and motherboards raid configuration and driver installation guide 66 pages. The picture below shows the cables that you need to detach when installing or removing components.

Dimm Sockets Location Removing The Cover All specifications are subject to change without notice. Power Supply Module Table of Contents Add to my manuals Add.

Floppy Disk Drive Operation is subject to the following two conditions: You may refer to this part and try to solve simple problems before calling customer saus.

Rackmounting The Server The picture on the the right shows the installed riser card assembly and PCI cards.

The pictures below show the standard components of the server. Chapter 3 This chapter describes the optional hardware procedures that you may have to do when configuring the system. NOTE You must remove the riser card module and card bracket assembly before installing or removing the heatsink.