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    Connectors

    Does anyone know what these connectors are, and even beeter does anyone have the pin wirings / know where I can find out, or know where I can get the connectors.



    Connector on SBC 44 pins in two rows



    Connector on LCD 10 pins, 13 pins and 11 pins



    Connector on the other end of the LCD cable, 28 pins in two rows, and 14 pins in 2 rows (of which only 6 are connected)

    I have written to all the manufactures involved and I've yet to hear anything back.

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    The first one with 44pins is just a connector for a laptop harddrive. You can also get one that allows a standard harddrive and cdrom somewhere. Try trcxs on ebay...he sells alot of sbc wires.
    Can't help with the others.

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    Thanks, that's a big help how did you find it? I've just spent the last 10 min or so searching kontron's site, for more information, with little joy.
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    The first connector is not a laptop harddrive connector, laptop harddrives only have 42pins (the standard 40 IDE pins plus 2 for power), and this this has 44 pins.

    I've got the pin out for it is anyone is intereseted, but I'm still trying to find somewhere that sells them.
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    Originally posted by Rob
    laptop harddrives only have 42pins (the standard 40 IDE pins plus 2 for power), and this this has 44 pins.
    hmm, go count those again. Should be standard 40 plus 2-5v and 2-gnds.

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    Is that why they are called 44 pin connectors then, because they have 42 pins?
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    I'm not going to count pins as I'm too lazy, however I did try plugging my laptop hard drive in to it, and it does have two extra pins.

    Anyway here's the pin wiring for it taken from the manual
    And you say people actually pay money for M$ Windows?
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