ML400 Technical Resources

Documentation Index

Select a model of ML400 from the contents pane on the right to view the technical resources. The model number can be found on the bottom of the unit.

Opening the ML400

The ML400 can be opened by the user. This does not void the warranty, however, any damage caused by doing so will not be covered.

Required tools: P2 Phillips screwdriver, long flathead screwdriver, 5mm driver if COM ports installed.

The following are steps to opening your ML400 case:

  1. Remove the 6x Phillips screws from the rear of the unit as shown by the red circles below:
  1. Remove the standoffs from the COM ports as shown below:

Note the ridge between the heat block and the lid:

  1. Insert a Flathead screwdriver into the ridge and pry the lid off by turning the screwdriver as shown below:
  1. Hinge off the lid at a 45 degree angle and remove it:

Model Specific Troubleshooting

The following content outlines common service tasks performed on the ML400 and are broken out by model number. You can find your model number on the silver sticker located on the bottom of your unit.

ML400G-10

Drivers

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XINF3lob4uC7xJRKcv8v62zuGiUzffV2

Motherboard Manual

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NgI4gRB-g1IZ9WPD-9p9znmZ-ZaaqKFB

How to Enable Auto Power On

  1. Locate the AT/ATX jumper.
  2. Move it over by 1 pin.
  3. Auto power on is now enabled
Locate the AT/ATX jumper.
Move it over by 1 pin, where pins 1-2 are AT Mode and 2-3 are ATX Mode.

How to Clear CMOS

  1. Locate the CLRMOS1 jumper.
  2. Move the jumper over by 1 pin.
  3. Wait 30 seconds.
  4. Restore the jumper to its original position. The CMOS is now clear.
Locate the CLRMOS1 jumper.
Move the jumper over by 1 pin.

ML400G-12

Drivers

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UdA6mpn3c9VSSj3C2anhUeo702ifzd0c

Motherboard Manual

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1WUWKpPN7BcH42-Peib77aOSco6w_v_8q

How to Enable Auto Power On

  1. Power on the unit and press the Del key repeatedly to access the BIOS.
  2. Navigate to the Chipset tab and open the South Bridge menu:
  1. Change System State after Power Failure to [Always On].
  2. Press Esc to go back.
  3. Save changes and reset from the Save & Exit tab:

How to Clear CMOS

  1. Locate the JBAT Jumper.
  2. Short pins 1 and 2.
  3. Wait 30 seconds.
  4. Restore the jumper to its original position. The CMOS is now clear.

ML400G-30

ASRock IMB-186 Motherboard

Drivers

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RJPoD0gRRcAV-xkuIT6r_qmpW1V_BBh7

Motherboard Manual

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LEZ4g-dhRQyQBrMyGhGayS90TVJMU-LC

How to Enable Auto Power On

  1. Locate the PWR_JP1 jumper indicated by the orange arrows

How to Clear CMOS

  1. Locate the clear CMOS jumper.
  2. Move the jumper over by 1 pin.
  3. Wait 30 seconds.
  4. Restore the jumper to its original position. The CMOS is now clear.

ML400G-51

Drivers

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RI7U0gtxFDJszG4u98IqBHzVZWDxqriS

Motherboard Manual

https://drive.google.com/open?id=16rhOVroJDS1Ljop4OvjuuTtUvOK9tBPY

How to Enable Auto Power On

  1. Locate the AT/ATX jumper.
  2. Move it over by 1 pin.
  3. Auto power on is now enabled.

How to Clear CMOS

  1. Locate the CLRMOS1 jumper.
  2. Move the jumper over by 1 pin.
  3. Wait 30 seconds.
  4. Restore the jumper to its original position. The CMOS is now clear.
Updated on February 10, 2020

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