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HP Pavilion 500
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I am getting an ITX motherboard that is used in some Pavilion 500's. An HP 110-216 721891-002. It is a foxconn design. (I don't have the actual pc it came out of). I need to find a diagram for the power switch, reset switch, power led and hdd led on that header. It uses one row of 5 and a row of 4. I know there isn't a solid standard for these connectors industry wide and I don't want to damage anything guessing. I have not been able to find a mobo manual to determine this. Does anyone know what the specifics are for this? Here is a pic to help. The header is the one at the top right of this pic. Thanks for any info.Thanks for any info.

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You have a camphor motherboard

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Camphor-motherboard-manual/td-p...

 

detailed description from eBay

http://vi.vipr.ebaydesc.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemDescV4&item=351894746126&t=1634854918000&catego...

 


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You have a camphor motherboard

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Camphor-motherboard-manual/td-p...

 

detailed description from eBay

http://vi.vipr.ebaydesc.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemDescV4&item=351894746126&t=1634854918000&catego...

 


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@helpful55,

 

@BeemerBiker -you just beat me to it, but the following link may contain more detailed information regarding the 721891-001 Foxconn Camphor motherboard schematics: https://www.diy-laptoprepair.com/forum/HP-A6-E5200-4-Cores-721891-001-repair-guide-schematics.html

 

This is a User's response with the 721891-001 schematic link, and I quote:

 

"Reddit is your friend. I found the guide a few days ago posted by a redditor there, here is the direct link to his blog. Hope it helps you fix your motherboard/laptop as it helped me fix mine as I have the same one.

 

HP A6 E5200 4 Cores 721891-001 maintenance guide (pdf & fz)https://www.sqltechbloq.com/motherboard.html ]

 

Best of luck

 

Edit : It's free I just had to complete a quick survey to get the guide then the PDF appeared + the fz files (boardview files listing all the components on the motherboard's pcb), whereas all the others sources I found online were asking for $$ here you can just download the guide right after the survey and you're good to go."

 

Hope this helps.

 

Kind Regards,

 

NonSequitur777


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To BB: I guess I have to apologize first. I have somewhat learned that there don't seem to be too many unique or new questions but still I didn't search here for the info first. Should have done that first. So thanks for the info. Just what I needed.

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To NonS: Thanks for that info also. I may take a look at that also, I am kind of an info seeker. Thanks again.

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