HP MediaSmart VGA/Serial Pins

Bought an HP home server with four sata bays for $20. Given that I've still got some old 500GB drives lying around, I figured I would use them for some cheap storage at my office.

Problem is, it ships with a Windows 2003 Home Server install. Obviously, not all that useful to me.

VGA Pin Images

Pinout Data

CN2 Connector

Connector “CN2” (CN2 is silkscreened to the right of the connector)

      [ 01 03 05 07 09 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 ]
"CN2" [ 02 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 ]

01   5V      0-203Ω  5V
02   5V      0-203Ω  5V  
03   0       G       GROUND
04   0       G       GROUND
05   ~.69V           PS2 MOUSE DATA
06   ~0.6V           PS2 K/B DATA
07   1.4mV           PS2 MOUSE CLOCK
08   1.5mV           PS2 KEYBOARD CLOCK
09   5V              --> VGA12 (DDC DATA)
10   0       G       GROUND
11   5V              --> VGA15 (DDC CLOCK)
12   1.8V    0-88Ω   1.8V
13   5V              SERIAL OUT
14   0.43V           --> VGA01 (RED)
15   ~.62V           SERIAL IN
16   0       G       --> VGA05 (GROUND)
17   0       G       --> VGA06 (GROUND)
18   ~.65V           --> VGA02 (GREEN)
19   16.5mV          --> VGA14 (VSYNC)
20   0       G       --> VGA07 (GROUND)
21   0       G       --> VGA08 (GROUND)
22   ~.69V           --> VGA03 (BLUE)
23   2.9V            --> VGA13 (HSYNC)
24   0       G       --> VGA10 (GROUND)
25   5V      0-100Ω  --> VGA09 (5V)
26   5V      0-99Ω   5V
CN10 connector((current use unknown))
01   5V   
02   3.3V             VCC (@IT8705F)
03   3.3V    0-1kΩ+    
04   3.3V   
05   0.8mV   G        GND
06   3.3V   
07   0.8mV   G        GND
08   3.3V    0-88Ω    LAD3 / MSB (41)  
09   0.8mV   G        GND
10   3.3V             LAD2 (40)   
11   0.8mV   G        GND
12   3.3V             LAD1 (39)
14   3.3V             LAD0 / LSB (38)
15   1.68V   
16   ~0V*