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07-05-2011 05:56 PM
Kougar Wow, nice going Rob!

Hope Zlao spots this.
06-29-2011 05:02 PM
Rob Williams Hi zlao:

If you see this, could you shoot me an e-mail? I contacted Logisys and while the product has long been discontinued, they have a manual and driver they can mail you.
06-12-2011 11:28 PM
zlao
6 years later..

6 years later, i still have this panel in the front of a new computer tower, and not one part of it is hooked up.. and i'm again wanting it to work.. and i still can't figure it out/find instructions..

my thread was the first hit on google.. i just thought this was too funny to not post about.. 6 years later =/
09-25-2005 05:20 PM
zlao
manual indeed

so after emailing logisys, and calling the supplier i ordered this from.. i've heard nothing back in 2 weeks. i lost my manual to this darn thing, and if YOU have problems installing it WITH a manual.. well.. i don't see me pulling it off without a manual.
logisys has the manual for a wireless version of this panel on their web site, but not for this model.
if anyone out there would scan the couple useful pages (like the diagram showing what pins are what on the back of this thing) and upload them here or email them to me [email protected] i'd really appreciate it!

a couple other questions.. i don't have usb looking plugins on my motherboard, but the cords logisys supply have one set of internal connectors (that plug onto copper pins) and on the other end, they have your regular usb plug.. so.. do you plug the internal connectors to the back of the panel, and then route the cord through the box and out, and then plug the usb plug into a panel in the back? seems silly since internal to internal connectors would do the trick..

anyway.. sorry for the rant. if no one wants to up the pictures, could someone tell me how to change the temperature alarm? my vid card seems to run above 45 with just fans for cooling.
thanks!
z--seth
06-09-2005 08:02 PM
Rob Williams
Logisys 20 in 1 Media Panel

Are you in need of more connectivity in your PC? Logisys recently released a new media panel which attempts to give us the connectivity we are looking for, and more. See how it made out in our review.



You can read the full review here if you haven't already, and then discuss it here. Questions are also welcomed!

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