What mobo is this?!?!

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    I think this is it ...

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    AZZA
    :pT-5VMD
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    :VIA
    :VT82C586B
    :VT82C598MVP
     
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    BIOS ID from the bottom of the boot screen (** not shown **) would have been a better lookup, but I reckon that's probably right.
     
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    lol it's printed on the board lol

    why do you need to know?
     
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    Cuz i didnt see AZZA on the board nor did i know that PT-5vmd pulled up info on google.
     
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    ERRRR..Your Welcome
     
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    lol thanks man!.....now how do i connect a mouse to this?....im assuming com port? Which i dont have a com port mouse :(
     
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    You mean that mobo doesnt' have a PS/2 port??? How can that be since it has PCi and ISA slots??
     
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    yea NO PS/2 no AT no nothing.
     
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    No Prob man...Try this place http://motherboards.mbarron.net/index2.html
     
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    the boad uses a ps2 port that attaches via back plate and runs to the mobo headers for it same for some othe ports too
     
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    Hmm i dont have this so called bracket.....
     
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    asus P2 L97?
     
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    No the mobo they have said is the correct one....i just cant think of a way to put a mouse on it except a PCI usb card.....a usb PCI addon (because it has USB headers) .... or a com port mouse adapter.
     
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    Oh wow..I haven't seen that board in a long time. I wonder if the PC I re-built for my aunt years ago is still around her house some where...wow.
     
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    Yea its really OLD
     
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    looks alot like this

    http://www.frontx.com/cpx109_2.html

    except it's mounted on a back plate

    EDIT:

    http://www.baber.com/baber/products/motherboard_cables.htm

    there ya go ... most pc shops should have them... need to look at your manuel or whats printed on the bard to determine wich you need....
     
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    Hmm no idea where to find a manul...and i need to buy this part soon as im going to have use this rig cuz im being forced to sale my old one :( so after selling my computer i may not be around much.
     
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    PS/2 header to plate, or USB header to plate, but good luck on the layout, unless you can find some documentation for it.

    The USB header is a 10 pin normally set up as 2x 5 pin, usually compatible with a pair of 4 pin as well (the 5th is either a chassis ground on both, or a chassis ground and overcurrent indicator.

    The two lines may run the same way, or be opposed.

    http://mobokive.dyndns.org/Archive/Azza/manual/5vmd/pt-5vmd.zip
    Needs Word/Word viewer, as inside the ZIP, it's a DOC

    The USB layout (CN4) is OPPOSED.

    Pin 1 starts at opposite ends on each side:
    1 - V+ (RED)
    2 - D- (white)
    3 - D+ (green)
    4/5 Ground (black)

    PS/2 layout (CN3) also given:
    1 - Data
    2
    3 - Ground
    4 - V+
    5 - Clock
     
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    Yea thats the problem i dont know the pin layouts and there not on the board...
     

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